Your Organization is a Target
Cybercriminals are targeting your organization as we speak, attempting to manipulate employees to gain access and, once breached, a successful response demands input from multiple functional areas: operations, finance, legal, public relations, HR. Many organizations have no workable plan to respond to or recover from a cyberattack—known as cyber resiliency—a dangerous oversight that can exponentially increase the damage an attack could inflict upon the financial and reputational health of an organization. As a senior leader, it’s YOUR responsibility to do something about it.
Too often, senior leaders relegate cybersecurity to their CIO, thinking it’s purely a technical matter they could never truly understand. That’s a misconception that costs U.S. businesses, nonprofits, and government agencies hundreds of millions of dollars each year.
Every executive needs to learn enough about cybersecurity to be dangerous. You need to know and understand the risks and vulnerabilities (especially the non-technical ones!) of lax cybersecurity. You need to be able to ask your staff tough questions, understand the answers, and be able to use that knowledge to chart a cybersecurity strategy for your organization that minimizes. mitigates, and manages its cybersecurity risks.
Why Choose Cyber Florida?
- No sales; just education. Cyber Florida is a state-funded organization, and we do not endorse or promote any commercial services or products.
- Seasoned experts from both the public and private sectors. Our program leverages an extensive network of experienced leaders who know how to implement the policies and procedures that create a culture of cyber awareness, which can significantly reduce cyber risks.
- A program designed for non-technical executives. Modules are non-technical, interactive discussions, and participants leave with actionable steps to immediately improve their organizational cyber posture and the tools to build a more cyber resilient operation.