The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) federal government agency with the mission to increase national cyber resilience to protect critical services and national interests.
Their website that has some great resources not only for small-to-medium sized businesses, but for everyone that connects to the internet, whether at work or at home.
With the ever-present nature of the internet, and our increased connectedness to it, it’s important to keep in mind that for all its benefits, there are an increasing number of risks and potentially adverse consequences.
Check out these resources to better prepare yourself, your business, and your family, against the threat of cybercrime.
Cyber Essentials Starter Kit – this is a short e-book that provides leaders with actionable steps and resources to create a culture of cyber readiness.
Stop Ransomware – this site serves as a one-stop shop for ransomware education and prevention resources. It also includes a section on what to do if you’ve been hit by ransomware.
Stop. Think. Connect. Toolkit – this page has materials for all technology users, whether in the office or at home. It has tips about staying secure while traveling, password best practices, as well as how to protect your digital home.