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Introduction to Cybersecurity for Manufacturers

CYB201 - 4.00 Hours

Currently there are no scheduled classes for this course. However, this course can be scheduled to meet your specific needs. For more information about this course or to schedule a class, please contact Knowledge Engineering at (800) 541-7149 or ke@teex.tamu.edu.

Description

As manufacturing becomes more advanced with integrated systems and technology that continually monitors and manipulates various aspects of production, the industry’s dependence on cyber will only intensify in the future. Cyber space is woven into every aspect of business, and companies must ensure that they have properly considered the impact and ramifications of an intentional or accidental cyber event for not only themselves, but also their supply chain.

The Introduction to Cybersecurity for Manufacturers classroom-based course provides awareness level training specifically to the manufacturing sector. The course will provide information on the cybersecurity threats endangering manufacturing businesses, particularly through the various Industrial Control Systems (ICS) in place throughout the industry. The course will provide guidance outlining the protective measures needed to reduce the vulnerability of these control systems and other business operations to malicious attacks and threats.

Prerequisite

There are no required prerequisites to attend this course; however, the DHS sponsored online courses AWR-169 Cyber Incident Analysis and Response, AWR-176 Business Information Continuity, and AWR-177 Information Risk Management are recommended.

Recommended

Learners should have the ability/authority to make improvements in their work area.

Topics

The integration of IT and Industrial Control Systems+Cyber threats+Business implications of a cyber incident+Preparing a cybersecurity program+Implementation of a cybersecurity program+Case studies+Resources

Audience

The Introduction to Cybersecurity for Manufacturers course is tailored for business owners, C-suite personnel, Operations managers, IT managers in the manufacturing environment.

Contact Information

Knowledge Engineering
Phone: (979) 458-6710 | Tollfree: (800) 541-7149

Related Courses

AWR169+AWR176+AWR177Cyber Incident Analysis and Response+Disaster Recovery for Information Systems+Information Risk ManagementCyber Incident Analysis and Response+Disaster Recovery for Information Systems+Information Risk ManagementCyber Incident Analysis and Response+Disaster Recovery for Information Systems+Information Risk Management
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