2023 Cyber Month Archive
Topic: Cybersecurity Career Academy
Tom Nudd, Chief Information Security Officer, will provide an in-depth look at careers in Cybersecurity. Participants will learn about the different career paths in IT security and the kind of degree programs and qualifications required. This is a great webinar for students and any employee trying to change careers into Cybersecurity.
PowerPoint: Cyber Career Academy
Topic: Cyber Threat Landscape
Megan Incerto from the Center for Internet Security will discuss Cyber Threat Landscapes. The cybersecurity threat landscape is an ever evolving and complex terrain marked by a multitude of risks and challenges that organizations, individuals, and governments face in the digital age. At its core, cybersecurity refers to the practice of protecting digital systems, networks, and data from unauthorized access, theft, damage, or disruption. The threat landscape encompasses a wide range of potential dangers, including cyberattacks, data breaches, and online vulnerabilities.
PowerPoint: CIS Threat Brief
Joshua Annis, Cybersecurity Operations Engineer, will provide an in-depth look at phishing attacks. This is a high-level introduction for audiences at all levels of the University.
Topic: Stranger Threats: Navigating the Upside Down of Higher Ed Cyber Threats
Matt Singleton is an Executive Strategist at Crowdstrike, Professor of Cybersecurity at the University of Oklahoma and former chief information security officer for the State of Oklahoma where he completely rebuilt Oklahoma Cyber Command into a world-class program and launched the Oklahoma Information Sharing and Analysis Center. Previously, Matt served as chief operations officer for the state’s information services division, state CIO for Education and in multiple leadership roles for the University of Oklahoma. Matt holds a master’s degree from Georgetown University in Applied Intelligence, specializing in Cyber Intelligence, Homeland Security, and Counterterrorism, a bachelor’s from OU and multiple industry certifications.
PowerPoint: CrowdStrike- Stranger Threats
Topic: Minimizing Unnecessary Internet Exposure with CISA
CISA, the Cybersecurity Infrastructure Security Agency, will provide a presentation aligned with the new enduring National Cybersecurity Awareness Month campaign theme — “Secure Our World” —with the main messaging revolving around key cybersecurity best practices. From mobile to connected home devices, technology is deeply intertwined with our lives. And while the evolution of technology accelerates, cybercriminals are working just as hard to find ways to compromise technology and disrupt personal and business life. This presentation will explore the risks and vulnerabilities associated with Internet connectivity and what you can do mitigate current threats.
PowerPoint: CISA CSAM
Topic: Data Loss Prevention
Kevin Stribling, Network and Security Engineer, and Matthew Anderson, M365 Administrator, will provide the basics of Data Loss Prevention. Participants will learn about knowing their data, how to govern their data, how to protect their data and how to prevent data loss. This is a great webinar for students or faculty to learn about the different systems, methods and tips about data loss.
PowerPoint: USNH DLP
Topic: Protect Your Data and Research at USNH
Joe Gray, Director of Cybersecurity Operations & Identity and Access Management, will provide best practices on protecting and preserving academic and personal data. Joe will go through some of the easy ways students, staff and faculty can take to protect their data and research.
PowerPoint: Protect Your Data
Topic: Your Public Data- Splunk
Tune in for a fascinating webinar with Splunk to learn about all the things your public data can be used for. Topics include differences between open and public data, how web cookies are used, sharing and selling your data, and how your data can be used for potentially bad purposes such as social engineering, phishing, identity theft, and more!
PowerPoint: Your Public Data- Splunk
Topic: Password Prep Academy
Jordan Chadwick, Cybersecurity Engineer, will provide an in-depth look at good practice around password management and multifactor authentication. The user will learn how to set strong, complex passwords and how multi-factor authentication works in depth and how it protects the University and your account information. This is a great class for users at all levels of the University.
Recording: Password Prep Academy
PowerPoint: Password Prep Academy
Topic: Shark Academy
Alina Stechyshyn, Cybersecurity Engineer, will provide an in-depth look at phishing attacks. The user will learn how to discern the difference between phishing and spam email. How to report phishing to Cybersecurity and how to check if the email you received is legitimate or not. The user will also learn how to determine if their account has been compromised. This is a great class for users at all levels of the University.
Recording: Shark Academy
PowerPoint: Shark Academy
Topic: Hygiene Academy
Tony Dumas, Cybersecurity Engineer, will provide security tips and good security hygiene practices for students, faculty and staff. The user will learn to become more security aware when using laptops and cell phones. This is a great class for users at all levels of the University.
Recording: Hygiene Academy
PowerPoint: Hygiene Academy
Topic: Control Academy
Ivy Finglas, Director Cybersecurity Engineering Operations and Identity Access Management, will provide an in-depth look at how to design and implement good controls including security for IT professionals. The user will learn about general computer controls that are an expectation from our internal auditors and will increase IT professional’s security awareness when implementing new systems.
Recording: Control Academy
PowerPoint: Control Academy
Topic: Security Awareness Academy
William Sames, GRC Compliance Analyst, will provide a high-level view of security awareness. The user will learn how they play a critical role in protecting USNH information technology resources and the awareness training available to help them achieve their security superpowers. This is a great class for users at all levels of the University.
Recording: Security Awareness Academy
PowerPoint: Security Awareness Academy
Topic: Cybersecurity Career Academy
Tom Nudd, Chief Information Security Officer, will provide an in-depth look at careers in Cybersecurity. The user will learn about the different career paths in IT security and the kind of degree programs and qualifications required. This is a great class for students and any employee trying to change careers into Cybersecurity.
Recording: Cybersecurity Career Academy
PowerPoint: Cybersecurity Career Academy