A SecureTheVillage Presentation
Hosted by Culver City Chamber of Commerce
Colin Diaz, President
Scott Bowling, Ph.D., Board Chair
A ½-day Program to Educate Our Business and Nonprofit Leaders
- What You Need to Know
- What Are Your Risks
- What Are the Threats You Must Manage
- Where Are You Vulnerable
- What Do You Need to Do to Manage Cyber Risk
- SecureTheVillage and Other Free Resources
- Not Technical
- Knowledge - driven
- Results - oriented
Culver City Chamber of Commerce
Program Date: August 29, 2019
8:00 – 12:00
A business or nonprofit grows by managing risk. Financial risk. Operations risk. Sales risk. The risk of losing a key employee or a change in the market. The risk of a change in the donor base.
There’s a new risk that now must be managed: Cyber risk … the risk to the business or nonprofit of cyber crime, another serious cyber incident, or a cyber-lawsuit. It is the responsibility of Information Security Management
to manage cyber risk.
1.What data or information do you have that—if stolen, changed, destroyed, or otherwise compromised—would negatively impact your bottom-line, your competitive position, or put you in legal jeopardy?
2.What measures does your organization have in-place to secure that data?
3.What computer-driven business processes do you have that—if compromised or unavailable—would negatively impact your bottom-line, your competitive position, or put you in legal jeopardy?
4.What measures does your organization have in-place to secure these processes?
5.How is your company's cybersecurity status reported up to you?
6.What information security management expertise is available to your executive team and how do you use it?
Managing cyber risk isn’t just about IT. Managing cyber risk is about disciplined management throughout the organization coupled with strong executive leadership.
- Business and Nonprofit Executives
- Chief Financial Officers and others to whom IT reports
- Risk Managers and Other Trusted Advisors
- Chief Legal Counsel and Other Attorneys
- Members of Boards
- Chief Information Security Officers
- Chief Information Officers, Directors of IT, Managed Service Providers