Protecting Your Business From Cybersecurity Threats During COVID-19
With more employees working from home, manufacturers must revisit their cybersecurity protocols to protect against new cyber-threats that have emerged in response to changes in how we work.
Additionally, cybersecurity is increasingly enforced in contracts and regulations, such as the Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC). Manufacturers and contractors should prepare accordingly.
In this webinar, MEP National Network cybersecurity expert Michael Kelleher will offer practical suggestions to combat emerging cyber-threats and secure your business going forward.
1. The latest cybersecurity threats since the COVID-19 crisis began
2. How you can respond to emerging cyber-threats
3. Tips to prepare for emerging requirements such as CMMC
Center Director, Maryland MEP
Michael Kelleher has 20 years of experience in providing leadership, consulting, and advisory services to both public and private sector clients with a focus on manufacturing and industry. He has been instrumental in building the Maryland MEP Center, integrating best practices, lessons learned and operational programs from throughout the MEP National Network with a focus on operational excellence, long-term growth and workforce development.