Cybersecurity Maturity – Using the CIS Critical Security Controls to Define Your Future Roadmap

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Live webinar airing on October 20, 2022 at 2:00 PM EDT
Sponsored by Axis Communications and Everbridge
Presented by Andrew Wilder

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the CIS Critical Security Controls and maturity levels.
  2. Self-assess your organization’s cybersecurity maturity baseline.
  3. Define the cybersecurity maturity roadmap that makes sense for your security function.
  4. Discover the hidden benefits of cybersecurity maturity metrics.

Credits:

IACET
0.1 IACET CEU*
 
1 NICET CEH
Training may qualify for related continuing education for recertification activity through NICET. Students may claim one (1) Continuing Professional Development (CPD) point per hour of instruction towards their NICET recertification requirement for any sessions that expand their knowledge of the subject matter pertaining to the certifications they hold.
Participants completing this course may be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education credit or CPEs toward ASIS re-certification.

Using cybersecurity metrics can prove your value as a function, but where do you start? Using the Center for Internet Security’s Critical Security Controls can help security leaders self-assess their organization’s cybersecurity maturity, assess the baseline of where the program is at today, and create a future roadmap to mature the security program. Assessing a cybersecurity program will, not only, provide security leaders with meaningful goals and directives, but it’s also a valuable tool to bring back to the C-suite.

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Andrew

Andrew Wilder is currently the Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at Hillenbrand. Prior to this role, he spent 18 years at Nestlé where his last role was Regional CISO for Americas, Asia and Europe. In addition to being a CISO, Andrew is a Board Member and Adjunct Professor at Washington University’s Information Security Executive Education Program. He believes that Cybersecurity should offer usable solutions to meet business needs, in order to be a business enabler. As a leader, he supports the continuous development of his teams while removing roadblocks.

 

Axis Communications
Everbridge

 

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Originally published in October 2022

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