By: Dave Weinstein | Director of Cybersecurity, NJOHSP
I'm very pleased to announce that the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (OHSP) is partnering with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to deliver a day and a half cybersecurity workshop for local governments and small businesses. The event, which will take place on September 16th and 17th at OHSP's headquarters in Hamilton, will feature remarks and insights from New Jersey's Homeland Security Advisor, Chris Rodriguez, top DHS officials, and a variety of expert panelists from across industry and government.
Here's a brief overview of the agenda:
2-3: Arrival and Registration
3-3:30: Welcome and introduction
330-430: Overview of DHS's Critical Infrastructure Cyber Community
9-930: Welcome and Opening Remarks
945-1030: Best Practices and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
1045-1130: Public/Private Cyber Threat Information Sharing
1130-12-15: Cybersecurity and Enterprise Risk Management
145-230: Cyber Tools and Resources for Local Governments
245-330: Cybersecurity for Small Business
330-345: Closing Remarks
Attendance is capped at two-hundred and seats are filling-up quickly with local government reps and small business owners from across the State.
Click here to register - You must RSVP by Wednesday, September 9th.