Webinar: Building A Framework-Based Managed Security Program in Your Business

Cybersecurity has become an even hotter topic over the last 12 months as businesses have accelerated their plans to operate in virtual and remote environments. Despite the growth of sophisticated techniques used by cyber criminals, we know that 98% of data breaches can be prevented by implementing the Center for Internet Security’s Top 20 Critical Security Controls correctly.

Surprisingly, most businesses have not implemented these Top 20 Controls. In this webinar, we discussed the different types of CIS security controls and explored a globally-recognized framework for assessing your business’ existing cybersecurity defenses. The webinar included two guest cybersecurity experts, Kevin Holmes and Eric Rockwell from MAP CyberSecure.

  • Kevin Holmes is the Audit and Assurance Practice Leader at Martini Akpovi Partners and has extensive experience in internal controls consulting. He holds the AICPA Internal Control Certification in the COSO Internal Control Integrated Framework. Kevin also holds an AICPA Certification in Cybersecurity Advisory Services.
  • Eric Rockwell has more than 17 years of leadership experience helping clients optimize their IT environment while aligning with business goals. A member of the Center for Internet Security, Eric is an expert in risk management, incident response, infrastructure protection, business continuity and disaster recovery.

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