Cybersecurity Answers for Your Team
Learn how to develop a comprehensive, company-wide plan to manage your cyber risks and ensure your network is resistant to and resilient from cyber attacks. Designed for you – by NTCA – Cyber Wise is specifically for small, rural network service providers. It’s free from NTCA.
The Cyber Wise Program:
- Addresses all of your cybersecurity needs
- Delivered through education workshops, webcasts and online resources designed to fit into your busy schedule.
- Earn recognition as a Cyber Risk Manager.
- Available for all NTCA members and non-members, too.
NTCA recently published the Sector-Specific Guide for Small Network Service Providers, which reflects best practices highlighted in Version 1.1 of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework.
The Sector-Specific Guide provides simplified, practical guidance for small network service providers regarding how to adopt a risk-management approach to cybersecurity, while the NTCA Cybersecurity Bundle builds on this industry report, providing additional resources, templates and ideas to further assist small network operators.
Earn Recognition as a Cyber Risk Manager
NTCA’s free education program can help you successfully manage your cyber risks:
Participants will be recognized as cyber risk management experts, gaining you internal respect as well as helping advance your company and career. Learn best practices for how to communicate with senior management and gain buy-in on security practices, procedures and expenses, or, if you are a senior manager, to create a culture of awareness and responsiveness at your company.
This program is currently closed and will be available through future NTCA events, please check back for more information.
Participating in Cyber Wise gives you the unique opportunity to be recognized inside your company and within the broader telecommunications industry as a Cyber Risk Manager. Eligible participants will receive a certificate of achievement and publicity in NTCA media, including a news release at the conclusion of the 2018 Cyber Wise program. To be eligible for recognition, participants must attend one in-person training and two educational webcasts offered throughout 2018. Recognition will be made based on attendance records and certificates will be distributed at the end of 2018.