Don’t be Cyber-conned!
Protect American Manufacturing by Registering for Training on July 2, 2020 10:00 a.m. MDT
Imagine this: a professional, polite person strikes up a conversation and opens the door for you as you head into work.Would you stop and question him or her?
Contrary to popular belief, cyber-attacks aren’t stopped by just plugging in a device or installing software.Most often, cybercrime is a high-tech con game where criminals prey on the trusting, generous, and friendly nature of humankind.America loses billions each year to nation-state hackers, and they all aren’t wearing black hoodies miles away.
Project Spectrum is the latest tool in America’s cybersecurity portfolio and is a Department of Defense-sponsored initiative.From online forums with cybersecurity experts and blogs on the latest cyber threats to online training and product recommendations, ProjectSpectrum.io has an arsenal to protect American small businesses, especially those that must cyber-compliant to work with the DoD.
Project Spectrum’s first online training module will be July 2, 2020 10:00 a.m. MDT
Register today using this link:
Project Spectrum uses GoToWebinar, which requires no additional downloads for participants. After prompting attendees for their names and emails, another link will be provided. This link is the “virtual ticket” to attend the webinar. If you have trouble accessing the webinar, please contact Ron Scott, Chief Curriculum Architect for Project Spectrum at email@example.com.
I. CMMC Vs NIST & DFARS
What is Project Spectrum?
What is CMMC?
Why is CMMC different?
II. CMMC 5 LEVELS
Practices & Processes
Focused Security Levels
III. CYBERSECURITY FAILURES
IV. CMMC FACTS
V. DOMAINS Level 1
Access Control (AC)
Identification & Authentication (IA)
Media Protection (MP)
Physical Protection (PE)
Systems & Communications Protection (SC)
System & Information Integrity (SI)
Together, we can continuously monitor and securing American Cyber!