Nov. 30 Workshop to Teach Participants How to Rapidly Implement the Framework
ARLINGTON, Va., Nov. 20, 2017 – Secure Systems Innovation Corporation (SSIC), a cyber risk firm that empowers informed business decision making, is hosting a free NIST Cyber Security Framework (CSF) implementation workshop. At the event, participants will learn how to break down the complex framework and then seamlessly interconnect it with their larger risk management programs.
Following opening remarks by Larry Clinton, president of the Internet Security Alliance, SSIC will explain how its patented cyber risk model, X-Analytics™, offers a novel approach for organizations struggling to adopt the complex framework. Participants will learn how to use X-Analytics to deconstruct the framework and optimize their implementations.
Registration for the free event is required.
|WHO:||SSIC and the Internet Security Alliance|
|WHAT:||Workshop: Learn How to Rapidly Adopt and Implement the NIST CSF Framework|
|BACKGROUND:||A May 2017 executive order requires that federal agencies use the framework as part of a comprehensive risk management program. Implementing the framework, however, has proved challenging not only for federal agencies, but also for businesses voluntarily seeking to adopt it. This workshop is open to both public and private sector organizations.|
|WHEN:||Nov. 30, 2017 from 8:30 AM to 11 AM ET|
|WHERE:||National Press Club: Fourth Estate Room
529 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20045
|MEDIA CONTACT:||Brianna Carroll Boyle
Based in the Washington, D.C. area, Secure Systems Innovation Corporation (SSIC) is a cyber risk advisory services firm that empowers informed business decision making. Its innovative, patented method for measuring and modeling cyber risk, X-Analytics™, enables customers to quantify their cyber risk posture in simple economic terms. SSIC is at the forefront of helping customers transform complicated security data into powerful business intelligence. Visit www.securesystemscorp.com for more information.
The Internet Security Alliance (ISA) is a trade association with members from virtually every critical industry sector. ISA’s mission is to integrate advanced technology with economics and public policy to create a sustainable system of cybersecurity. ISA pursues three goals: thought leadership, policy advocacy and promoting sound security practices. ISA’s “Cybersecurity Social Contract” has been embraced as the model for government policy by both Republicans and Democrats. ISA also developed the Cyber Risk Handbook for the National Association of Corporate Directors. For more information about ISA, please visit www.isalliance.org or 703-907-7090.