Cybersecurity is an evolving risk that poses a threat to organizations of all sizes. Companies and organizations small and large need to consider cybersecurity risk plans which can help cover the financial burden of paying ransoms and lost profits along with the concerns from business interruption from a cyber breach. Through our partnership with Oswald, we are pleased to share a comprehensive cyber liability solution for your organization. In our first session, learn cyber best practices on how to protect your cybersecurity environment with Oswald. This discussion will focus heavily on Multifactor Authentication (MFA).
What is MFA and why is it helpful? Multifactor Authentication (MFA) is two authenticating factors to verify the identity of an individual. For example, password and app or password and biometric identification such as your fingerprint. Your organization should use MFA for the following:
• Remote access for all employees and corporate users
• Email access of non-corporate device or web app
• Privileged/administrative access
Hear from these speakers:
• David Goodwin Founder, NextGen IT Consultant, Advanced Technology Consulting
• Lacy Rex, Vice President, Cyber Strategic Leader, Oswald
This four part series will help you prepare your organization with a custom cyber security risk assessment and strategic plan as well as on-going support from cybersecurity experts.
- Session I: Cyber Hygiene, October 18, 8:30 AM
- Session II: Cyber Disaster Recovery and Incident Response planning, November 4, Noon
- Session III: Incident Response plan from a legal perspective, January 18, 8:30 AM
- Session IV: Cyber tabletop simulation for a cyber attack on your business, March 22, Noon
Our top priority is the health and safety of all attendees and staff. As we continue to see high incidences of COVID-19 in the Cincinnati region, we require masks to be worn by everyone at Cincinnati Regional Chamber indoor events. Hand sanitizer and face masks will be available on site.