Today’s threat actors are advanced and persistent (APT) and pose a formidable challenge to Aerospace & Defense companies tasked with keeping sensitive data secure. The aerospace and defense industrial complex is frequently targeted by them, hoping to steal sensitive technology. However, there are steps a company can take to prevent or lessen the impact of security breaches. In addition, the US government and Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) has provided guidelines to help companies strengthen their cybersecurity defenses.
Moss Adams is one of the major public accounting firms in the United States and provides accounting, tax, and consulting services to public and private middle-market enterprises across a large number of industries. This month, they are hosting a one-hour webcast which will address methods for strengthening your company’s cybersecurity defenses. This event will take place from 10:00AM to 11:00AM PDT on Wednesday, March 20 2019. Furthermore, it will discuss the US-government and AIA guidelines along with key points, such as:
- Industry-specific threats
- How threat actors target aerospace and defense companies
- How to keep sensitive data secure
- NIST 800-171 and NAS 9933 standards
The webcast will be hosted by two speakers who have specialized in this field: Mark Edwards (CISSP, CISM, Senior Director of Cybersecurity, Moss Adams) and Francis Tam (Partner, Moss Adams).
This is a free event and is open to: Audit Committee Members, CEOs and other C-level Executives, Chairpersons, Controllers, Directors, Managers, Owners, Presidents/VPs, and Treasurers (across all sectors).
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