Managing Cyber Risk With a Little T.E.L.P.

November 18, 2020 – 2:15PM EST

Managing cyber risk needs to be a journey inclusive of the people who make up your culture while executing a transitional engineering and logistics plan (TELP). The TELP framework includes a proactive process of managing cyber risk while planning the migration for a more secure enterprise business, infrastructure, services and/or modernized framework with little to no interruption to daily business operations. The TELP 3.1 framework uses a hybrid methodology combining secure systems engineering best practices with NIST SP 800 guidelines, Center for Internet Security (CIS) and Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) ” IT Service Management frameworks. As a result, businesses may execute cybersecurity strategies while minimizing residual risks across business and operational areas.

Learning Objectives

  • Develop a proactive TELP framework process for managing cyber risk while planning the migration to a more secure enterprise business, infrastructure, services, and/or modernized framework with little to no interruption to daily business operations.
  • Generate more ideas on how to change the mindset of their culture to minimize residual cyber risk across potentially impacted business and operational areas.
  • Discover how to proactively communicate cyber policies, practices, services and training to set and meet end-user expectations while tracking changes to cyber threats and vulnerabilities for your business.

Derrick A. Butts

Chief Information and Cybersecurity Officer, Truth Initiative

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