Your server has been hacked! Now, what do you do? If you work with systems that store, process or transmit credit card data, Social Security numbers or invaluable research, OIT Security and Compliance has developed a two-part training session to help you secure sensitive data and fight against cyber attacks.
If you are a system administrator or technical staff who hasn’t attended one of these sessions, you should come to the Cyber Security Incident Response Training Overview on Wednesday, June 3 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in Room 106 of the Avent Ferry Technology Center. This will be an interactive session on how to detect if your server has been hacked and what to do next. This session will provide you with:
- an overview of the NC State Cyber Security Incident Response Program
- an introduction to Digital Forensics Incident Response
- best practices
- ways to identify potential threats/compromises
You will also be introduced to new procedures and tools that will help you:
- understand cyber threats to your systems
- develop a plan of action if a system is compromised
After you attend the overview and register your servers, Security and Compliance will help you develop a Cyber Security Incident Response Plan for your sensitive systems. This working session will include:
- identification of security loopholes and potential threat vectors
- containment, eradication and recovery steps in the event of a security compromise
Securing NC State requires the efforts of the entire Wolfpack community. Register today for the OIT Incident Response Training Overview.