Affordable Defense against Cybercriminals and Cyberattacks

Affordable Defense against Cybercriminals and Cyberattacks


Cybercriminals prey on the lack of cybersecurity knowledge of organizations and take advantage of businesses’ online presences and resources. Data breaches are at an all-time high, costing organizations over $200 per record when malicious or criminal actions are the root cause. This webinar will focus on the many affordable means for business owners and employees to apply security best practices for reducing the business attack surface, providing more protection for the business records and any collected or transmitted data long the path of that network. 


Date: July 21, 2016
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm

webinar will be available on-demand immediately after presentation***

Cynthia GonnellaPresented by Cynthia Gonnella, M.S., NET+, SEC+: Since 2007 Cynthia has worked with National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C), a non-profit that trains state and local law enforcement agencies in computer forensics and intelligence analysis, offers technical support for white collar and related crime investigations, and conducts independent research on white collar crimes. With over 20 years of experience in law enforcement (17 of those years spent specializing in computer forensics) Cynthia applies practical knowledge from her experience and extensive training to her lectures and instruction. She currently teaches as an adjunct professor in the Cybersecurity Program at Utica College, a Center of Academic Excellence (C.A.E.) and is pursuing her doctorate in Cybersecurity from University of Fairfax. 

Who We Are:

University of Fairfax is an online graduate university focused solely on providing the most relevant and effective education and training in cybersecurity to IT professionals who are looking to advance in the cybersecurity field. We offer graduate level and professional certifications in advanced cybersecurity topics – such as: Certified Information Systems Security Professional certification (CISSP), Information Security Professional Practices certification (ISSP), a master’s in Information Security Management, abd a doctorate in Information Assurance. Developed and delivered by cybersecurity professionals, these accredited graduate programs prepare you for senior management, policy-making, consulting, and lead analyst positions. 




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U of F Cybersecurity Education Path

Education Path
Distinguish yourself and advance your cybersecurity career by following the University of Fairfax Online Cybersecurity Education Path. No matter which graduate program you pursue, all of your courses will explore relevant cybersecurity policy and management issues, and you will complete a cybersecurity project in each course. You can apply what you learn and make significant contributions in your workplace right away.
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