Cyber Security Frameworks

Upstate Women in Technology presents, “Should I Care about Cyber Security?” on Thursday, May 25th for a Lunch & Learn at City Range in Greenville.

Our talk with be based on the premise that “Cyber Crime isn’t a Computer Science Problem, it’s a Behavioral Science one.”  We’ll talk about NIST Cyber Security Framework and the pillars of that framework and how to use them.

Do you know how to understand your cyber risk? Do you know what Social Hacking (phishing and social engineering) is?  What’s next in this world?

Networking starts at 11:30; Lunch is served 12:00-1:00. Register at www.uwitsc.com or pay $20 at the door.

Our guest speaker, Adam Anderson, is a long-time small business owner who also happens to be one of the leading authorities on small business cyber security. He is a serial entrepreneur, author, founder and Chairman of Palmetto Security Group (PSG), an IBM Premier Cyber Security Business Partner.

With 20 years in Cyber Security, and 13 as a small business owner, Adam is positioned to understand both sides of the Cyber Security equation in a way most aren’t. Adam got tired of answering all his business owner friends’ questions about cyber security, so he co-authored a book and created some tools for them. The book is called Small Business Cyber Security: Your Customers Can Trust You…Right?