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NIST 800-171 Cybersecurity Compliance
Tuesday, November 05, 2019, 9:30 AM - 1:30 PM PDT
Category: Training


5 Things to Do Now That Make a Big Difference in Your Business' NIST 800-171 Cybersecurity Compliance

 DATE: Tuesday, November 5, 2019

TIME: 9:30AM - 1:30PM 

LOCATION: Microsoft - Portland Office 
1414 NW Northrup, STE 900
Portland, OR 97209

PNDC Member Discount Price: By October 29: $40 || After October 29: $60
Regular Price: By October 29: $65  || After October 29:$85


*Call 888-701-7632 to check for availability


Take advantage of Luminant Digital Security’s background in NIST 800-171 Compliance Assessments and learn how to address these 5 areas that are the “low hanging fruit” for your cybersecurity program. Business managers and operations professionals will learn relatively quick ways to make progress on NIST 800-171 compliance and make your company more secure. Walk through real-world examples of things you can do to protect your organization every day and get a hacker’s perspective on making your organization a less attractive target.

It’s not a matter of if you will get hacked, it’s a matter of when!

CAT – Cybersecurity Awareness Training: what is it, how does this impact your business and why you need this regardless of NIST 800-171 requirements.

MFA – Multi-Factor Authentication: what is it, how does it work. MFA will certainly make you less interesting as a ‘target’ by increasing the number of barriers to unauthorized access. Just like more cops on the street, even though it won’t stop all crime it makes criminal activity harder.

User ID Requirements: Passwords aren’t ‘dead’, but they’re certainly hard to remember, track and maintain. User IDs are 100% critical to your business and technology. Empower your staff to accomplish their daily tasks, security with smart use of User ID.

How Not to Give Away Login Credentials: what is phishing, how does it work and what can you do to empower yourself and your employees to spot and avoid falling victim to this potential entry point to your business.

SIRP – Security Incidence Response Plan: what is it, why is it critical to your security posture and who should be involved in creating and activating this plan in the event of a security incident.