NIST Cybersecurity (CSF) assessment

How to perform a NIST Cybersecurity (CSF) assessment in seven easy steps

Baker Tilly and Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) recently presented a webinar for higher education audit, internal audit and risk professionals hosted by the Association of College & University Auditors (ACUA):

How to perform a National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) Cybersecurity (CSF) assessment in seven easy steps

Information technology (IT) and cybersecurity risks are an inherent part of any institution and may ‎impact the institutional mission. Information assets and technology investments left unprotected leave ‎institutions vulnerable to data breaches, disruption of business operations and loss of stakeholder ‎trust. Collaboration between internal audit and the IT/information security function is critical to monitor ‎and mitigate an institution’s unique cybersecurity risks. This session shares seven easy steps to ‎take the fear out of assessing cybersecurity. ‎

Key takeaways

After viewing this on-demand webinar, you will be able to:‎

  1. Discuss specialized IT and cybersecurity risks prevalent in higher education
  2. Identify how to execute a NIST ‎Cybersecurity (CSF) assessment
  3. Review tips for articulating the value of these assessments to campus ‎colleagues
Presenters and subject matter specialists
  • Meghan Senseney, CIA, Manager, Baker Tilly
  • Jimmy Edmundson, CISA, Manager, Baker Tilly
  • Rosa Lara, Chief Information Officer, PASSHE

For more information or to learn how Baker Tilly can help your institution, contact our team.

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