Todyl Spotlight Series

Turning compliance into a competitive advantage

May 1 from 10:00 to 10:45 AM MT

Compliance is a major concern for companies of nearly every industry vertical. Despite this, so few companies understand what is required of them to meet the requirements they must adhere to.  

With expert analysis, proven techniques and approaches, and engaging discussions, attendees of this webinar will learn how to simplify compliance for many of today’s most pressing regulatory requirements, including CMMC, HIPAA, FTC Safeguards, and more.

key focus areas_

Why compliance is a business issue

Delve into the evolving tactics, techniques, and procedures employed by threat actors targeting educational institutions. Explore recent attack trends, emerging threat vectors, and the implications for K-12 and higher education.

How to get buy-in on compliance initiatives

Uncover the common pain points and challenges encountered by educational institutions in safeguarding their assets against cyber threats. From legacy systems and resource constraints to complex regulatory compliance requirements, discover the obstacles hindering effective cybersecurity measures.

Commonalities of compliance requirements

Receive practical guidance on developing robust Zero Trust focused security strategies tailored to the unique needs of critical infrastructure organization. Explore a range of proactive defense mechanisms, including the importance of environment observability, incident response capability planning, network segmentation, and data security considerations. Additionally, gain insights into cutting-edge technologies and best practices for mitigating risks and enhancing resilience.


Simeon Roussimov
SAR Technology Group
Nathan Scott
CIO and Co-Founder
Queen Consulting & Technologies
Dan Candee
Chief Marketing Officer

benefits of attending_

Joining the webinar will give you unfiltered insights into how to turn compliance from a burden on you and your clients to a competitive advantage that ensures your clients are meeting requirements while remaining defended against cyberattacks. With real-world advice on how to make compliance easier and scalable, MSPs can streamline compliance to make it a more consistent feature of their offering.