Cyber Insurance Webinar


According to the IBM 2023 Cost of a Data Breach Report the average total cost of a data breach reached an all time high of $4.45 million per incident.  Organizations that reported low or no security system complexity experienced an average data breach cost of $3.84 million in 2023.  Cloud environments were frequent targets for […]


Mentorships in Cybersecurity Webinar


Cybersecurity is a field that builds upon a professional’s expertise in people, process and/or systems. This is because cyber threats target people’s behaviors, processes that are followed by a business, or features and functions of information systems and technology. Cybersecurity professionals must understand their business from at least one of these perspectives before they can successfully apply security principles in an effective manner. People just entering the cybersecurity profession can begin with an academic understanding of security principles and/or work experience in a field that deals with people, processes or systems (such as HR, finance or Information Technology). Learning about effective cybersecurity controls can be achieved on the job, provided new employees are able to operate as part of an experience Cybersecurity team that can provide support and mentoring to refine the competencies required to successful defend or attack cyber threat actors.


Evidence of Compliance: How to Grow Your Business

Entrepreneurs Sandbox 643 Ilalo St, Honolulu, HI

Healthcare, government, military, construction and energy are just some of the industries that have strong compliance regulations. Hawaii businesses must be able to comply with these in order to grow and be profitable. While there are specific regulations that vary by industry, some cybersecurity requirements are common across sectors because they are based on common […]

Internship and Security Leadership Webinar


Learn strategies for building in-house cybersecurity leadership through Federal Internship Programs. This event is present by Cyber Hawaii, Chamber of Commerce Hawaii and Cyber Readiness Institute. Click here to RSVP  

Access Management & Social Engineering


Register Here Today’s applications are configured to control access to valuable information by identifying who is requesting access. This identification process allows whoever is responsible for managing the information to make sure that only the right people can get to it. There are various methods for doing this, all of which fall under the category […]

Inter-Generational Learning Project – Kupuna Mentor Pilot

UH Manoa Innovation Center 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu, HI, United States

As growing numbers of Hawai‘i Baby Boomers retire and leave the workforce, they take with them decades of valuable experience and wisdom that could benefit students in need of mentors. Giving back to the community and growing the next generation of leaders has always been important for people who love Hawaii and call it home. […]

Fortify Cybersecurity Webinar Session 5 – Encryption


Encryption – Mandatory today, Obsolete tomorrow?
The risk of data theft requires the use of AES level encryption for valuable data when it's at rest and in transit. Various types of encryptions are available today in both hardware and software forms, and it is important for businesses to know how these work and what options they have for implementing them.

SMB's with heterogeneous technology environments such as Windows end points, cloud based apps/storage and Apple/Google mobile devices face the task of ensuring that their data is encrypted in and between each of these environments. An additional layer of complexity comes in when businesses have network enabled measuring devices that transmit sensitive information via W8-Fi (such as in clinics and with security cameras). Since these do not always allow for configuration, it's important for businesses to be aware of the type of encryption these devices are implementing.

Unite Against Hate: An Update for Hawaii Businesses from the FBI

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) 500 Ala Moana Blvd Bldg 5 Suite 200, Honolulu, HI, United States

Today’s America is contentious.  Whether it’s arguments over immigration, the rights of LGBTQ people or what keiki learn in school, the tone and language of arguments often goes beyond what most reasonable people would call civil.  The foundation of our democracy is the ability to debate ideas in a vigorous, but ultimately forgiving manner. Much […]