IPMD Training Day: Thursday, November 2nd, 2017

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PMIRGC Presents All Day Training on Cyber Risk

“Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery within the IT Environment – Starting from Nothing”

Presented by Mark Fidel and Brian O'Connor from RiskSense, Inc.

Mark is the Co-Founder and Head of Corporate Development, and is responsible for advocating and growing RiskSense in the State of New Mexico, where RiskSense was founded and remains headquartered.  Mr. O’Connor also brings an extensive background in specific technical and operational experience spanning areas from Information Technologies, Operations, Business Development and Contract Administration.

A New Era in Cyber Security

This 8-hour hands-on interactive training will provide project and cybersecurity managers with an understanding of the elements necessary to develop Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery plans in order to make them aware of the project manager’s in the event such plans ever need to be implemented.

This training will help empower enterprises and governments to reveal cyber risk, quickly orchestrate remediation, and monitor the results. And not just for your network and end points, but for a growing attack surface!

 

When:Thursday, November 2nd, 2017
8am-5pm
Where:Embassy Suites, I-25 & Lomas
Cost:$500 members/ $650 non-members
PDUs:8
Register:pmirgc.org

 

Topics to be covered include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. Business Continuity (BC)
    1. What Is It?
    2. Who is affected?
    3. Who is responsible?
    4. How is it managed?
    5. How to implement?
  2. Disaster Recovery (DR)
    1. What Is It?
    2. Who is affected?
    3. Who is responsible?
    4. How is it managed?
    5. How to implement?
  3. Cyber Security Triggered Incident Response Plans
    1. Denial of Service (DOS) attack
    2. Ransomware
    3. Domain is blacklisted
    4. Phishing Exercise
  4. Succession Planning as it pertains to BC/DR – What is the depth of your IT Bench?
    1. Equifax and Target as case studies
    2. Succession planning as a result of a DR event
    3. Succession planning caused by a DR event
  5. Incident Response – Tabletop Exercises – Divide the audience into 4 groups. and provide each group with a different scenario.
    1. Denial of Service (DOS) attack
    2. Ransomware
    3. Domain is blacklisted
    4. Phishing Exercise

For more information or questions, please contact Dana Roberson at special.events@pmirgc.org or call 505-410-5310