Cybersecurity Compliance: Threats, DFARS Requirements, Standards and Assessments

Format: live webinar
Duration: approx. 90 minutes
Presenter: Michael G. Semmens
NCMA Certifications: 1.5 CPEs

APTAC CPP Certification: pending

Here Is What You Will Learn:

In this course, Michael Semmens will discuss threats from the cyber domain, define the requirements for protecting covered defense information (CDI) or controlled unclassified information (CUI), and describe the NIST standards with specific emphasis on NIST 800-171. In addition, Mr. Semmens will define the process of assessment to compliance and share available tools.

After taking this course, participants will have:
* a clear understanding of the need for cyber risk management/compliance
* understanding of the regulatory requirements and the standards they prescribe, and
* a top-level understanding of the tools and processes required to obtain and maintain a state of compliance and strong security profile.

Target Audience: small business owners, risk management personnel, IT personnel

Meet Your Presenter:

Michael G. Semmens is the President of Imprimis, Inc., an organization dedicated to supporting the government and private businesses with cybersecurity compliance tools, cybersecurity technology, space-based technology, advanced engineering, structured training, and advanced training techniques and tools. Mr. Semmens has developed a number of high-quality technology organizations over the past 30 years.
Prior to his current role as President of Imprimis, Inc., his executive responsibilities included President of Electrosource, Inc., a publicly traded energy research and manufacturing company; Corporate Vice President of BDM International, Inc., a major information systems and technology corporation; President of BDM Technologies, Inc., and various board /chairman positions. Mr. Semmens is a former member of the WPO (World President’s Organization) and former member of the YPO (Young President’s Organization).  


May 18 2017


01:00 PM - 02:30 PM



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