Cyber Security Standards for Major Infrastructure

Cyber Security Standards for Major Infrastructure

 

Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Speakers
Michael Biddick
CEO
Fusion PPT
Michael Biddick
As CEO of Fusion PPT, Michael Biddick is responsible for overall quality and innovation. Over the past 15 years, Michael has worked with hundreds of government and international commercial organizations, leveraging his unique blend of deep technology experience coupled with business and information management acumen to help clients reduce costs, increase transparency and speed efficient decision making while maintaining quality.

Prior to joining Fusion PPT, Michael spent 10 years with a boutique-consulting firm and Booz Allen Hamilton, developing enterprise management solutions. He previously served on the academic staff of the University of Wisconsin Law School as the Director of Information Technology. Michael earned a Master's of Science from Johns Hopkins University and a dual Bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Michael is also a contributing editor at InformationWeek Magazine and Network Computing Magazine.
Rodney Brown
Editor in Chief
CollaborativePlanet.com and TheMobilityHub.com
Rodney Brown

It is now simply a given fact that the critical infrastructure technology of the United States ­government and the supporting private contractors that serve it and its citizens is vulnerable to cyber-attacks from both criminals and state-backed operators. Given this disturbing reality, the federal government established an executive order that directed the various federal agencies and departments to improve the state of cyber-security in the face of inevitable, well-organized attacks.

Attend this webinar to:

  • Learn what the government defines as critical infrastructure
  • Discover how far toward a final framework the government is
  • Find out what new standards and procedures are already being used

Register for this webinar to learn how far along in development the framework is, and just how far there is left to go.

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