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Cybersecurity - Complying with TSA

December 7 | 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. ET | LIVE ONLINE


TSA issued the final Airport Security Program (ASP) national amendment TSA-NA-22-01: Cybersecurity Self Assessments and Incident Response Plans. According to TSA, the agency issued the change to establish a baseline for airport operators to complete a cybersecurity self assessment, create remediation measures, and develop and adopt a cybersecurity incident response plan. Join us to learn what the requirements are and how you can meet them.

Content includes: 
- How to designate a cybersecurity coordinator
- Reporting cybersecurity incidents to CISA within 24 hours
- Developing/Implementing Cybersecurity Incident Response Plans
- Completing a Cybersecurity Vulnerability Assessment


Learn about additional mandatory provisions TSA is strongly considering: 
- Conducting periodic cybersecurity vulnerability assessments
- Developing formal cybersecurity incident contingency plans


$75 for members; $95 for nonmembers

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Steve Scarbrough CISSP, AKA Scribbs to his friends and colleagues, is IntelliGenesis’ Chief Technologist. When company leadership or peers need a solution to a technical demand, he develops the plan to resolve the need. Scribbs has over 30 years in the Intelligence Community focused on Computer Network Operations, Data Science, Research and Discovery Operations, Training and Cyber-Physical Threat Discovery and Mitigation.