Another very good presentation. Mr. Bingham gave a good high-level overview of what FSU does for DR and BC. Although I'm not in IT, it is good background information for me to know as I write a cybersecurity course for the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL). It is possible that I might be able to work some of the more general information into the course where appropriate. It also helps me consider how I can apply some of the DR and BC concepts to my personal data and tech.
The Cisco sales rep gave a very good presentation—high-level enough for what I needed with some "into the weeds" that was enough to keep my interest but not enough to be so deep that I didn't understand it. Technical issues with FSUGuest WiFi access caused a delay in demos of products and it had to be cut short when 11:00 came around because of a class. Again, it was more than I needed for a cybersecurity course I am writing for the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning (DECAL), but it helps me have a better understanding of what is being done at an enterprise/organization level to mitigate cyberattacks.
I thoroughly enjoyed the workshop and learned a lot of good tips and tricks for not only the workplace (and I did share my notes with my FCIM@FSU group) but also at home. The presenter was knowledgeable and made sure to answer everyone's questions. The presentation was at a good pace and engaging.
I really enjoyed the opportunity to meet everyone in the program and learn about what to expect. I especially appreciated the advice given related to having support to discuss any challenges or issues that come up during the course of your studies. It is always good to know that you have support and people who can help you figure out how to resolve things. Really looking forward to starting this journey!