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FDA Cybersecurity Premarket Workshop

Today, cybersecurity preparedness needs to be an important part of a business manager’s responsibilities.

Cybersecurity professionals say it’s a mistake for organizations and their managers to set up cybersecurity parameters then relax thinking there’s no need to worry about bad actors.

The problem with this is that the bad actors constantly hone their craft and introduce new ways to launch successful cyber-attacks that can cause heavy financial loss for unsuspecting companies as well as loss of reputation and possible fines with sanctions.

What it comes down to is this: Cybersecurity is a moving target. Organizations and their managers need to be vigilant. Correctly configured cutting edge technology coupled with consulting with cybersecurity experts can help an organization safeguard against the latest hacker tactics.

Another strategy recommended by cybersecurity professionals is the occasional use of a penetration test (pen testing), a technique in which ethical hackers carry out a simulated attack to identify weaknesses in servers, applications, end-user workstations, wireless networks, etc.

Pen testers use new information regarding vulnerabilities and exploits to simulate an attack on an organization by a malicious actor. Regular pen testing can be an insightful way for organizations to keep up with the rapidly changing threat landscape and launching incident prevention measures.

Cybersecurity policies are also an important tool for managers. These guidelines assist managers and their organizations to unify and streamline security efforts to ensure the protection of an organization’s digital assets.

An effective cybersecurity policy helps organizations to identify:

  • Various assets to be protected
  • Possible attacks on these assets
  • Measures to be taken to protect these assets

Want to learn more? Tonex offers Cybersecurity Training for Managers, a 1-day introduction to cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities and measures that can be taken to mitigate them. This course is especially beneficial for managers who want to see the “big picture” in order to communicate with technical as well as non-technical individuals.

Cybersecurity Training for Managers covers the most important aspects of cybersecurity without getting too involved in the technical nitty gritty.

Participants will learn how to select and use the right frameworks to enhance cybersecurity decision-making in their organization as well as learn to assess risk, improve defenses and reduce vulnerabilities associated with cyber-attacks.

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