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NCCoE Learning Series Webinars
The NCCoE Learning Series Webinar is a recurring webinar series offering a mix of foundational content for those who may be new to cybersecurity, as well as more technical deep dives into our work and outcomes at the NCCoE.
Join the NCCoE on Thursday, December 9 at 3:00 p.m. EST for an inside look at the reference design/architecture and example solution to address some of the challenges for securing distributed energy resources.
Webinars on Demand
November 2021: A Powerful Collaboration—How the University of Maryland and NCCoE are Addressing Cybersecurity for the Energy Sector
Learn how the NCCoE and University of Maryland are collaborating on cybersecurity to help utilities and operators of critical energy infrastructure protect the complex IT and OT systems that power our economy.
August 2021: Securing Telehealth Remote Patient Monitoring Ecosystem
Following on from last month’s fireside chat, “Telehealth Security and Privacy Tips for Healthcare Providers and Patients,” the NCCoE's Healthcare Project Team will delve deeper into technical cybersecurity guidance for RPM ecosystems.
May 2021: Improving Mobile Device Security for the Enterprise
Mobile devices provide unprecedented convenience and flexibility for organizations by providing access to business resources at anytime, and anywhere. Explore the steps you can take to improve mobile device security for your organization.
March 2021: Project Spotlight: Identity, Credential, and Access Management (ICAM) for Public Safety Personnel
Following up from the February 2021 fireside chat, Bill Fisher, security engineer at the NCCoE and project lead for the Public Safety and First Responder Sector, delves deeper into the NCCoE’s body of ICAM work.