NIST Standards of Training Cyber Security Roles Within an Organization

NIST Standards of Training Cyber Security Roles Within an Organization


About the Presenter: Michael J. Pry is Director of Continuous Improvement and Enterprise Risk Management at Excela Health, a not-for-profit health care organization with 4,800 employees, 800 physicians and includes 662 licensed beds located within 3 acute care hospitals.  Michael has a master of science in computer science and information assurance from the University of Maryland which is designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance and Cyber Defense Education by the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security and a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Russian Studies from Edinboro University of Pa.  He serves as the Healthcare Sector Chief within the Federal Bureau of Investigations Infra Gard program for the Pittsburgh chapter, serves on the joint coordinating council for the Department of Homeland Security and US Health and Human Services and is a member of their risk management and cyber security workgroups.  Michael also is an assistant professor of information security and computer forensics at American InterContinental University where he has taught for 7 years and developed numerous courses in cyber security and computer network management. Michael is a member of the Project Management Institute and the American College of Healthcare Executives.




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