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Cybersecurity Workshop

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In response to escalating attacks on several ARMA members, we have invited a top official from the Department of Commerce to join us for a special presentation and workshop on Cybersecurity with the hope that you keep your facility safe from threats. The average cost a manufacturer pays to overcome a data breach is $38,000 and according to NIST over 55% of small business will experience a breach or a cyberattack. The first part of the workshop will provide an overview of best practices, including understanding threats, protective actions, and recovery. The second half of the morning will be more technical, specifically geared for those that are interested in implementing a robust deterrent systems, and  manufacturers that supply the Department of Defense, GSA or NASA which are required to be compliant DFAR SP800-171. Please note: in conjunction with TMAC, participants of this workshop that are defense suppliers could be eligible to receive grant-funded consulting to review and implement the requirements (Inquire if interested).

 

June 13th, 8am to 12pm

Norris Conference Center

2525 W Andersone Lane, Austin, TX 78757

ARMA Members: $50 | Non-Members $75

 

Speaker: Pat Toth, Cybersecurity Manager with NIST, Department of Commerce, 30 years of experience in Cybersecurity, one of the authors of SP 800-171

 

Agenda

8:00am – 10:00am

Critical Cyber Security Framework For Manufacturers (For Owners, Leaders and Managers that need a general understanding of the issues.)

Identify:  who has access to what and why?
Protect:  do you have systems to keep the data protected?
Detect:  you can’t stop everything and everyone; can you detect when you’ve been comprised?
Respond:  when attacks happen, do you have a plan and understand what to do?
Recover:  how do minimize loss and quickly get back to normal?

 

10:00am – 12:00pm

Strong Defense for Your Facility | Implementing NIST and DOD recommended standard DFAR Compliance and SP 800-171 (For Leaders and Managers tasked with implementing and maintaining IT Security).

Gap Analysis / Assessment
Plan of Action and Milestones (PoAM)
Site Security Plan (SSP) 
Incident Recovery Plan (IRP)


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