Does your business need a cybersecurity strategy? Does your company need to fulfill the regulatory requirements in your industry? Are you interested in competing for contract awards in the energy sector? In this third module of the cybersecurity series, we will explore cybersecurity maturity models and how they can be used to drive business strategy. We will share examples of how suppliers and customers use these tools to compete in the marketplace. This course provides small– and medium-sized business owners with a roadmap to develop a comprehensive cybersecurity plan as a part of their long-term business strategy.
Our expert-led courses build confidence and bring valuable tools and expertise that can be applied in your business today. During this 60-minute course, you will gain an increased awareness of business and regulatory environments. You will learn how to use cybersecurity maturity models in your strategic planning process. You will leave with a set of tools and methodology to analyze your current maturity level and define your next steps to achieve your desired maturity level.
- Introduce concepts and terminology in cybersecurity and maturity models.
- Increase awareness of business and regulatory environments.
- Identify ways to use cybersecurity models to inform your business strategy.
- Provide practical, easy-to-apply guidance and best practices with real-life examples.
- C2M2 Maturity Model Overview
- C2M2 Cheat Sheet
- CMMC Maturity Model Overview
- Supplier Cybersecurity Maturity Model Assessment
- Sample Assessment Report
- Suggested Reading Materials
Angela Dingle, President & CEO of Ex-Nihilo
Angela Dingle is President and CEO of Ex-Nihilo, a management and technology consultancy specializing in IT governance, cybersecurity, management consulting, and leadership development. She is an award-winning business owner who brings to bear 25+ years of experience consulting in the public and private sector, where she has managed over $40 million in contract engagements. Angela has served as a featured guest on Federal News Radio’s Women in Government Series, the Woman Behind the Business radio talk show, and a contributing author for Washington Technology Magazine.