Cyber risk is on the rise, particularly for smaller organizations that often lack the resources and specialized management expertise to effectively manage this growing risk.
Enter the Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) and its Cyber Readiness Program. This free, online practical program is designed to help small and medium-sized enterprises become more secure against today’s most common cyber vulnerabilities. The Cyber Readiness Program helps these enterprises protect their sensitive data and information.
In this recording, Craig Moss, CRI Director of Content and Tools, and SecureTheVillage President, Stan Stahl, discuss how enterprises can use the Cyber Readiness Program to better manage sensitive and critical information. Their discussion includes specific actionable steps small and medium-sized enterprises can take.
Craig Moss is a leading expert on using management systems to improve compliance performance within companies and across supply chains. Craig has extensive experience working with multinational corporations and their supply chain companies to implement management systems to improve compliance performance. Craig is the Director-Content & Tools at the Cyber Readiness Institute, an organization focused on helping small and mid-sized businesses in the value chain improve their cyber readiness. Craig is also Executive Vice President at Ethisphere where he is responsible for developing and delivering the maturity assessment program,designed to help companies and their supply chain partners measure and improve their programs for cybersecurity, protection of intellectual property, and anti-corruption.
In addition to being Founder and President of SecureTheVillage, Stan serves on CRI’s Small Business Advisory Council.
The Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) is a non-profit launched in July 2017 by senior leaders in government, industry, and cybersecurity serving on the Commission on Enhancing National Cybersecurity. The objective of CRI was to follow-up on the recommendations of the Commission Report, with a specific focus on providing prescriptive, accessible, and free content and tools to improve the resilience and readiness of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to secure global value chains.