Cybersecurity Resources & Tools
Cybersecurity and Cyber Hygiene are Essential to the Health of Your Organization.
The Center for Internet Security (CIS) and the Council on Cyber Security (CCS) defines cyber hygiene as a means to appropriately protect and maintain IT systems and devices and implement cyber security best practices. It is abundantly clear from the cybercrime statistics that cyber risk mitigation is a must. It is also clear that cyber security is specialized, it is challenging for IT teams and it is not a single, “set it and forget it” solution.
Making sure the sensitive data entrusted to you by your customers, your employees, and your vendors is protected and secured by your network is a big responsibility. “Bad actors” bombard your network, trick your employees and take advantage of every possible avenue to gain access to the key business assets residing in your network.
Maintaining good cyber hygiene is an ongoing, continuous effort, requiring multiple tools.
Provided here are several publications available through the FTC.
Published by the FTC, a practical guide to cybersecurity and your business.
Published by the FTC, a guide for small business in recognizing and dealing with scams.
Published by the FTC, a guide protecting personal information for small businesses.
Published by the FTC, This is a basic guide for small business.
Published by the FTC, This is a starting guide for small business.
Published by the FTC, This is a basic guide to the security and the internet of things.
Published by the FTC, This is a basic guide to help you navigate a data breach.
Published by the FTC, this is a guide to medical data security and compliance.
Published bu the FTC, a short guide to copier security.