Cybersecurity Town Hall Sessions

Join us for a “town hall”-style session to discuss real-world cybersecurity risk scenarios and learn best practices to mitigate risks to your business.

How secure is your business against cybersecurity threats? 

According to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers:

    Ransomware attacks have increased 239% since 2019; the cost to recover has increased 228%

    Roughly 90% of organizations reported a social engineering attack within the past year

    75% of cyber incidents originate from within the company; 40% of these start with an employee falling victim to a phishing or social engineering scam

    What you’ll learn

    THE “WHAT”
    Get a brief overview of the cybersecurity risk environment for manufacturers 

    See the impact these risks have had on actual manufacturers

    Learn how to manage risks by using the five-function NIST cybersecurity framework: Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, Recover

    During the session, we’ll walk through real-world examples and share recommended techniques you can use to design a security program. 

    By the end of the session, you’ll understand how to right-size a security program that aligns with your business objectives and optimizes your people, process, and product.

    Find an upcoming session near you 

    For questions, click here to email Manufacturing Works.

    These sessions are funded in part by:

    Cheyenne: June 23

    Laramie County Community College,
    Room TC120
    8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Laramie: June 24

    Impact 307 Conference Room
    8 a.m. to noon

    Rock Springs:
    New Dates TBA

    Western Wyoming College