InfraGard Members and Partners are invited to attend the latest JCIP Webinar Series – Identification of Cyber Threats and Hazards.
This webinar series, coordinated by the DHS Office of Infrastructure Protection, is co-sponsored by FBI/InfraGard, private-industry-focused Regional Consortium Coordinating Council (RC3), and the State/Local, Tribal, Territorial Government Coordinating Council (SLTTGCC). Each hour-long Webinar session is designed to assist critical infrastructure owners and operators, physical security and information security professionals, Chief Information Officers, risk managers, business continuity planners, IT directors, human resource professionals, and local homeland security and emergency management staff in their efforts to enhance the preparation, security, and resilience of their facilities and assets.
This year’s series begins in September with a Cybersecurity-focused webinar being offered at two different days and times (same material to be covered in each):
**Login instructions will be provided to all registrants.
Part A: Current and envisioned future cyber threat environment with examples of sector impacts and consequences.
Briefing will focus on:
- Best practices and strategies to understand the cyber threat environment, develop risk management strategies, and communicate the threat effectively to local and regional networks;
- Sector Impacts and consequences; and
- Alignment of Federal, state/local, and industry-based Cyber resilience and mitigation resources with the NIPP and the federal Cybersecurity Framework
Part B: Practitioner Panel: First-Hand Experience in mitigating and responding to actual Cyber breaches or threats
A two-person panel featuring one private industry and one state government critical infrastructure professional discussing their first-hand experience with a specific cyber breach or threat that required comprehensive mitigation and response.
If registrants require further information or have any questions, please emailSector.Partnership@hq.dhs.gov or call 703-603-5247.