The Hacker Hour webinar series is an interactive and engaging cybersecurity training experience - free of charge. Each month, our host invites a cybersecurity expert to join the Hacker Hour to discuss current cybersecurity issues and emerging trends. Attendees are encouraged to join the conversation, submit questions, share ideas, and provide topic suggestions. SBS CyberSecurity will also offer products and services to help relieve the stress of specific cybersecurity issues your organization might be experiencing.
Date: Wednesday, October 28, 2020
Time: 2:00 - 3:00 PM CT
Complimentary Webinar Series.
Just like the weather, it seems as if cyber criminals switch up their tactics with the change in seasons. The SBS Incident Response Team is seeing a string of specific business email compromise (BEC) attacks that everyone should be aware of.
Join SBS as we discuss the spooky techniques that hackers are using this season to compromise your networks. We will share simple fixes you can deploy to ensure that you are not haunted by a compromise.
Hacker Hour: Vendor Review Walk Through
Description: We live in a world where nearly every business function can be outsourced to some type of service or cloud provider. Adopting a more proactive vendor management process is essential in enabling organizations to make better business and vendor related decisions. Although completing reviews and managing each vendor relationship can be a tedious task, if done properly an organization can see great benefits and are better positioned to deal with disruptions or cybersecurity issues.
Join SBS as we walk through the process of conducting a vendor review and discuss how organizations can structure their overall vendor management program.
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Meet the Host
Nick Podhradsky, Senior Vice President at SBS CyberSecurity
Nick is on a mission to help organizations understand basic cybersecurity principles and incorporate a stronger culture of security. Since 2016 Nick has hosted the monthly "Hacker Hour" webinar series, which aims to help attendees understand basic cybersecurity principles. Nick has been selected as a guest lecturer at the Dakota State University GenCyber camp and frequently speaks at local Chamber of Commerce groups and other user groups. Nick has 10 years of experience in the banking industry and holds a master’s degree in Educational Technology from Dakota State University. He is a Certified Banking Security Manager and Certified Banking Incident Handler.
Contact Nick at email@example.com or 605-770-3926.