NCF #CyberChat: CVEs: How to Stop Cyber Attacks - with Sam Visner of The Mitre Corporation
The National Cybersecurity Federally Funded Research and Development Center (NCF), managed by The MITRE Corporation, is a research center dedicated to cybersecurity. The organization is tasked with helping our nation's business and critical infrastructures improve their cybersecurity and protect their information.
One of the ways this is done is through the CVE (Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures) system. Learn more about CVEs and the evolution of cybersecurity with Sam Visner, MITRE Tech Fellow and former Director of the NCF. Register via Nepris to attend the live presentation of this #CyberChat or to receive a notification once the recording is available. You can also visit the Nepris course page via the link below.
This session is part of the NCF Cybersecurity series of virtual presentations.
* What are CVEs and how do companies use them?
* What are some examples of "Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures?"
* How would a company detect that they have a vulnerability or an exposure?
* How are new CVEs found? Who finds them?
Students will learn how CVE's keep our information safe. Students will leave this presentation with in-depth knowledge about how cyber attacks work and how they can be stopped.
This #CyberChat covers material related to the following "Big Ideas:" #1 Ethics, #3 Ubiquitous Connectivity, #5 System Security. Learn more about the Big Ideas.
Register via Nepris to attend the live presentation of this #CyberChat or to receive a notification once the recording is available. You can also visit the Nepris course page via the link below.
Click the link below to see an archive of the NCF's prior #CyberChats.