The Cyber Incident Management Workshop is a non-technical, informative session designed to help school districts and public junior colleges understand cyber incident management concepts, as well as the key elements that go into planning and implementing a cyber incident management plan. This workshop will be instructed by the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). The goal of the workshop is to provide attendees with tangible, useful take-away information on how to manage cybersecurity incidents effectively and, ultimately, achieve operational resilience.
This workshop is geared for Cybersecurity Coordinators to enhance their required annual training. This workshop does not take the place of the required annual training necessary for a Cybersecurity Coordinator as per Government Code 2054.5191. More information about Government Code 2054.5191 can be found here and the required training can be found here. This workshop will provide attendees with templates and resources that can assist them developing a cyber incident management plan. It will also provide attendees with information and resources that can assist them in identifying the personnel, equipment, and facilities necessary to implement a cyber incident management plan.
Please Note: This training is open to Texas public ISDs, open-enrollment charter schools, junior colleges, school-based law enforcement, and state agencies that support schools. This workshop is geared for Cybersecurity Coordinators to enhance their required annual training. Registration slots will be filled in the order received. Due to limited space, vendors and contractors are not permitted to register for this training.
Not eligible for TCOLE training credit.
Please submit all special accommodations request(s) via email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than two weeks prior to the course.
Current Virtual Trainings
In order to receive a Certificate of Participation, participants must attend entire training on their own individual device.
For more information about the Cybersecurity Workshop, please email email@example.com.