Cybersecurity Webinars

Want to learn about topics like cybersecurity for small business? Join a future webinar or view one of our previous webinars to learn more about the best practices and industry standards small businesses can follow to achieve success. Our experts come together to give you the best and most relevant information regarding cybersecurity and CMMC, and everything in between.

Live Webinars coming in 2024

CMMC 2.0: Navigating the Latest Updates and What They Mean for You

Thursday, March 21 at 2pm EST

July 2024 webinar

Stay ahead of the curve with insights into the latest CMMC 2.0 updates, including the impact of the
revision of NIST SP 800-171 (Rev 3). Understand the changes, anticipate new requirements, and learn
how your business can smoothly transition to the updated standards.

Decoding CMMC: A Step-by-Step Compliance Roadmap

Thursday, April 18 at 2pm EST

Decoding CMMC Webinar

Unpack the complexities of CMMC compliance with a clear, step-by-step roadmap. From scoping to
certification, this session lays out each phase, helping you navigate the path to compliance with confidence.

The Human Factor: Cultivating a Culture of Cybersecurity Awareness

Thursday, May 16 at 2pm EST

Cybersecurity Webinar - Cultivating Culture

From recognizing phishing attempts to safeguarding sensitive data, this webinar empowers your workforce with essential cybersecurity knowledge. Create a human firewall with informed, vigilant employees.

Strategic Scoping: Simplifying CMMC Compliance

Thursday, June 20th at 2pm EST

June 2024 Webinar

Uncover the art of ‘scoping’ to streamline your CMMC journey, focusing on defining the IT boundaries that contain CUI. This approach not only simplifies compliance but also makes it more cost-effective for small businesses.

Blueprint for Security: Essential Policies and Procedures for Cyber Defense

Thursday, July 18 at 2pm EST

Cyber Webinar - Essential Policies

Establish a solid cybersecurity foundation with the right policies and procedures. This webinar guides you through the essential documents your business needs, from incident response plans to data protection policies.

Beyond Your Borders: Ensuring Vendor Compliance with CMMC & NIST 800-171

Thursday, August 15th at 2pm EST

August 2024 Webinar

Explore strategies to extend your cybersecurity standards to third-party vendors. Learn how to assess vendor compliance, address gaps, and maintain a secure supply chain in line with CMMC and NIST 800-171 standards.

Tackling the Tough Ten: Strategies for the Hardest CMMC Requirements

Thursday, September 19th at 2pm EST

September 2024 Webinar

Break down the ten most challenging aspects of CMMC compliance. This session offers practical strategies, expert tips, and resources to turn these hurdles into milestones on your compliance journey.

Ready, Set, Respond: Your 72-Hour Plan for Cyber Incidents

Thursday, October 17th at 2pm EST

October 2024 Webinar

A step-by-step guide to crafting a comprehensive response strategy that kicks in when a cyber incident strikes. Learn how to mobilize your response team, communicate effectively, and mitigate damage within the first 72 hours.

Meeting Cyber Insurance Compliance: A Guide for Small Business

Thursday, November 21st at 2pm EST

November 2024 Webinar

Navigate the prerequisites for cyber insurance compliance, understanding the specific safeguards and protocols insurers require. This session emphasizes actionable steps to meet compliance standards, enhance your eligibility and position your business to effectively mitigate cyber-related risks.

Recorded Webcasts

In addition to our live streams, we have a library of previous webinars to help you build a solid foundation of cybersecurity knowledge. Watch them for free right here.

Cybersecurity Essentials

Description: Dive into the critical digital tools that form the cybersecurity backbone for small enterprises. This session demystifies the technical jargon and focuses on practical, accessible solutions that provide robust protection without complexity.

CMMC Level 1 Explained

Description:  CMMC Level 1 will be required by the majority of companies in the defense industrial base (DIB). For companies needing higher CMMC Levels (2 or 3), Level 1 is the place to start.

FCI + CUI: What is it and How to Protect it

Description:  CMMC was developed in order to protect certain information and data related to DoD programs and contracts. The CMMC certification Level (1, 2, or 3) required is determined by what type of defense-related information your company handles. It is vital that you understand the information to be controlled and protected and, also what steps you must take to meet CMMC requirements.

CMMC 2.0 Update

Description:  In 2021, the DoD announced changes to the CMMC program as “CMMC 2.0”. In 2023, the government plans to begin rolling out the requirement for formal CMMC certification through new contractual requirements. Soon, CMMC certification will be a requirement for all defense-related contracts.

Conducting a CMMC Self-Assessment

Description: To avoid wasting time and money as you prepare for CMMC certification, it is important to understand your starting point.  A self-assessment is a great tool that can reveal your organization’s strengths and gaps that need to be closed.

The challenges with a self-assessment are to have a good understanding of what is required and how well your systems and operational practices match up.  We’ll be walking through a self-assessment together in this session.

Join us for this hands-on session to help you get started on your self-assessment.

How to Prepare a CMMC System Security Plan

Description: One of the central documents needed for CMMC certification is your System Security Plan (SSP). This detailed document spells out how each of the 110 requirements of NIST SP 800-171 (the foundational CMMC standard) are being met by your organization. Your SSP will be one of the first things a CMMC assessor will review for certification and it needs to be done right.

This webinar will explain how to build a comprehensive SSP that addresses all of the requirements for CMMC Certification. 

We’ll be looking inside this foundational CMMC document that can make or break your assessment. 

The Heavy Lift of CMMC: Documentation

Description: To successfully pass a CMMC assessment, you’ll not only need to have the right technologies and follow the right processes, but you’ll have to show your compliance through documentation. The CMMC assessors have been trained that “if it’s not documented, it doesn’t exist.” Proper documentation will be one of the major focuses during your CMMC assessment.

In addition to a System Security Plan (SSP), you’ll also need to have policies, diagrams and numerous evidence artifacts to show during your assessment. In this webinar, we’ll lay out a plan to properly document your CMMC program.

Join us as we look through the various documents that need to be put in place to successfully pass a CMMC assessment.

How to Keep CMMC Affordable

Description: For most small businesses, CMMC can become a significant cost in time and money. While it might be considered a cost of doing business with the DoD or prime defense contractors, the ROI can quickly dwindle unless the most affordable options are investigated. This includes various technology alternatives as well as the most efficient processes.

In this webinar, we discuss the costs associated with CMMC certification and where the biggest savings can be found.

CMMC With No IT Staff

Description:  One thing is very apparent with CMMC, it is very technical and will require a high degree of technical skill to do it properly.  But, many small businesses don’t have a dedicated IT staff, or their IT team has no hands-on experience with meeting technical standards.  How can a business with limited or no IT staff achieve CMMC certification? In this session, our team explains the technical resources and skills needed to prepare for a CMMC certification. 

CMMC Assessments: What to Expect

Description: To become CMMC Level 2 certified, you’ll need to pass a CMMC assessment by a 3rd-party assessment company called a C3PAO. CMMC assessments are highly detailed and require demonstrable evidence that you meet each of the NIST SP 800-171 controls. In order to be certified, all 320 control objectives must be met.