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Links to Online Resources:
Information Security Small Business Fundamentals
Andrew Lanning, Co-Founder, Integrated Security Technologies, Inc. In November of 2016 the National Institute for Standards in Technology (NIST) released updated guidance on information security (cybersecurity) risk management for small businesses. A distinctively soft target for cyber criminals, small businesses generally lack the technical and financial resources to deploy strong risk mitigation controls.
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RESOURCES:
Cyber Liability - Are You Protected From Insider Attacks?
Insider cyber attacks can be malicious or accidental. Understand how each could happen to you.
Cyber Risk Scorecard
Scorecard to determine your organizations cyber exposure.
Information Security Small Business Fundamentals
Andrew Lanning, Co-Founder, Integrated Security Technologies, Inc. In November of 2016 the National Institute for Standards in Technology (NIST) released updated guidance on information security (cybersecurity) risk management for small businesses. A distinctively soft target for cyber criminals, small businesses generally lack the technical and financial resources to deploy strong risk mitigation controls.
Risk Insights - Social Engineering
Get insight into social engineering and how your company could be at risk.


TOOLS:
Critical Security Controls Initial Assessment Tool
The purpose for this tool is to provide organizations with a simple tool for performing an initial assessment of their information assurance maturity level based on the controls defined by the Critical Security Controls and the Council on Cybersecurity. Any questions about how this tool works or suggestions can be directed to cyberadv@psasecurity.com


VIDEOS AND WEBINARS:
NIST Cybersecurity Framework: Workforce Development Solutions
"NISTCSF.COM is a NIST Cybersecurity Framework (NCSF) workforce development program brought to you by itSM Solutions LLC and UMass Lowell a NSA/DHS National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Research (CAE-R). This innovative cybersecurity workforce development program is built around an NCSF Controls Factory? model created by Larry Wilson, CISO in the university president?s office to engineer, operate and continually improve a NIST Cybersecurity Program across the university?s five campuses. Since its inception, the program has also been adopted by multiple universities and colleges in the New England area. The NCSF Control Factory? model helps enterprises organize the Engineering, Technical Operations and Business functions of an NCSF program. The model is completely adaptable, which means that each of the modules can easily be updated, replaced or modified with minimal impact on the overall solution. Organizations are free to choose the minimum set of controls its need to improve its cybersecurity risk profile and then over time adopt additional controls that will take it to a higher cybersecurity state. The factory approach allows for changes in the cybersecurity threat landscape, new vulnerabilities and the addition of improvements while still keeping a focus on the critical assets and identities."
Phishing Prevention Managed Services, a Non-Technical Cybersecurity that Drives RMR
This webinar session is about Indarra's offering of a no-load, easily adaptable cybersecurity solution that increases your RMR.