Lenexa, KS (PressExposure) May 11, 2012 -- Corporate Risk Solutions, Inc. (CRSI), a wholly-owned subsidiary and premier security consulting firm of Corporate Enterprise Security, Inc., is set to launch its computer-based Security Awareness Program. With the mindset of "Tell me and I forget; show me and I remember; involve me and I understand," CRSI is aiming above and beyond traditional Security Awareness programs with its commitment to personalization, creativity, client satisfaction, and meeting NERC requirements.
CRSI would like to assist their utility partners with their Security Awareness Program and Cyber Security Training Program to meet the requirements for compliance to CIP-004 R1 and R2. CRSI will be launching their exciting new programs very soon. However, before these programs are fully deployed, they are releasing a sneak preview and free trial offer of their Security Awareness Posters and Email Blasts.
Until September 30, 2012, CRSI will be offering free use of their Security Awareness Posters. Companies can choose from a variety of colorful posters with timely security messages that can be downloaded, locally printed in full color, and displayed throughout the utility's facilities. During the program introduction through September 30, 2012, CRSI is also offering free Security Awareness Email Blasts containing current security messages. Once launched, this service will provide a suite of reports for client super-users showing the security messages, date(s) delivered, and distribution list. These reports will provide detailed and highly-effective evidence of compliance. To try these Security Awareness Program materials at no cost, utilities are urged to sign up quickly at http://more.corprisk.net to take full advantage of the trial program.
Also, before the end of the year, CRSI will begin deploying a total of four Security Training programs that will meet the training requirements for CIP-004 R2 Annual Cyber Security Training and CIP-001 Sabotage Recognition and Reporting Training. The two additional programs will address Cyber Security Incident Response Team Training and Critical Cyber Asset Recovery Training. Then, in 2013, CRSI will begin offering certified 693 System Operator Training programs.
CRSI is very interested in participant feedback and comments regarding their initial free trial Security Awareness Program. This is a program they hope will benefit each utility's compliance program, and in order to make it the best program possible for participants, CRSI encourages feedback and comments emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.