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Webinar: Assessing Your Cybersecurity Maturity Level: A Government and Industry Priority

Omnex upcoming webinar on Dec. 13, 2022

Published: Monday, December 5, 2022 – 11:59

(Omnex: Ann Arbor, MI) — Omnex has announced it’s latest webinar, “Assessing your Cybersecurity Maturity Level: A Government and Industry Priority.”

Date and time: Dec. 13, 2022, at 11 a.m.
Speakers: Marc Atayi, Martin Hettwer

Register here.

While security ratings are a great way to demonstrate that you’re paying attention to the cyber-health of your organization, you also need to show that you’re adhering to industry and regulatory best practices for cybersecurity, and making informed decisions for the long term. A cybersecurity framework can help.

A cybersecurity framework provides a common language and set of standards for security leaders across industries, sectors, and countries to understand their security postures and those of their vendors. With a framework in place, it becomes much easier to define the processes and procedures that your organization must take to assess, monitor, and mitigate cybersecurity risk.

In today’s environment of all-time-high cyber incidents, and while the United States government and other countries have taken a wide variety of approaches to their cybersecurity defense, there are a series of cybersecurity regulations that all businesses worldwide must comply with.

Join us for a free webinar to learn how the following six frameworks/standards can help your organizations define, enforce, and monitor controls across multiple compliance regimen:
1. ISO 27001
2. TISAX
3. CMMC 2.0
4. FedRAMP
5. SOC 2
6. GDPR

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Published: Monday, December 5, 2022 – 11:59
(Omnex: Ann Arbor, MI) — Omnex has announced it’s latest webinar, “Assessing your Cybersecurity Maturity Level: A Government and Industry Priority.”
Date and time: Dec. 13, 2022, at 11 a.m.
Speakers: Marc Atayi, Martin Hettwer
Register here.
While security ratings are a great way to demonstrate that you’re paying attention to the cyber-health of your organization, you also need to show that you’re adhering to industry and regulatory best practices for cybersecurity, and making informed decisions for the long term. A cybersecurity framework can help.
A cybersecurity framework provides a common language and set of standards for security leaders across industries, sectors, and countries to understand their security postures and those of their vendors. With a framework in place, it becomes much easier to define the processes and procedures that your organization must take to assess, monitor, and mitigate cybersecurity risk.
In today’s environment of all-time-high cyber incidents, and while the United States government and other countries have taken a wide variety of approaches to their cybersecurity defense, there are a series of cybersecurity regulations that all businesses worldwide must comply with.
Join us for a free webinar to learn how the following six frameworks/standards can help your organizations define, enforce, and monitor controls across multiple compliance regimen:
1. ISO 27001
2. TISAX
3. CMMC 2.0
4. FedRAMP
5. SOC 2
6. GDPR
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