Posted by Julie Goldstein, Cyber-risk IT security analyst. Throughout October, National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), the UC IT Blog will run a series of articles to promote cybersecurity awareness at UC. NCSAM is an annual, national campaign to raise awareness about technology-related threats and ensure that all Americans have resources to stay safer and more secure online.
Many cybersecurity-related events will take place this month, and a number of webinars are available to the UC community. Summary information is below. Detailed information, including connection information, is available from the UC NCSAM web page, along with NCASM posters, information, events, videos, and outreach ideas that you may use and share.
|Stu Sjouwerman, Founder and CEO of KnowBe4, Inc.||Surviving Social Engineering and Ransomware Attacks||1 hr|
|Robert Smith, UC Systemwide IT Policy Director||There’s Nothing On That System and Other Tales of Doom!||1 hr|
|Lance Spitzner and Dr. Johannes Ullrich, SANS Technology Institute||EDUCAUSE: Top Attack Techniques, Top Human Risks, and How to Create a Cyberaware Culture||1 hr|
|Dr. David Klonoff, UCSF||Cybersecurity for Connected Medical Devices||1 hr|
|Dr. Suzanne Schwartz, FDA||New FDA Guidelines for Medical Device Security||1 hr|
|On Demand – link coming soon||Jon Good, UCOP Information Security Director||Security in the Cloud – Finding
|Approx 10 min|
|On Demand – link coming soon||Roslyn Martorano, UC Systemwide Privacy Manager||Intersections between Privacy & Security – 2 or 3 short webinars||3 min each|