CISA Cybersecurity Resources


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To decrease cybersecurity risks and protect yourself online, CISA offers the following resources to share in your communities and with your stakeholders. These tools are not only valuable during Cybersecurity Awareness Month but throughout the year.

CISA’s Telework Resources – Telework Guidance and Best Practices

As the Nation’s risk advisor, CISA brings our industry partners and the federal government together to improve American cyber and infrastructure security. CISA offers these resources to assist organizations and teleworkers in being secure when working remotely.

CISA’s Cybersecurity Hub – Assessments, Prevention, and Response Resources

CISA offers a wide range of cybersecurity assessments that evaluate operational resilience, cybersecurity practices, organizational management of external dependencies, and other key elements of a robust cybersecurity framework. CISA's cybersecurity assessment services are available upon request and offered strictly on a voluntary basis.

CISA’s Cyber Essentials – Cybersecurity Awareness and Best Practices Resources

CISA’s Cyber Essentials is a guide for small business leaders and local government agencies to develop an actionable understanding of how to implement organizational cybersecurity best practices. For more information, check out the Cyber Essentials Toolkits, a set of modules that breaks down the CISA Cyber Essentials into bite-sized actions for IT and C-suite leadership to work toward full implementation of each Cyber Essential.

Mis, Dis, Malinformation (MDM) – Misinformation, Disinformation, and Malinformation Resources

CISA’s MDM Team is charged with building national resilience to mis-, dis-, and malinformation (MDM) and foreign influence activities. The MDM Team does this by helping the American people and DHS stakeholders understand the scope and scale of MDM activities targeting elections and critical infrastructure, and by enabling them to take actions to mitigate risks associated with MDM.

National Risk Management – Mitigating Cyber Risks to The Nation’s Critical Infrastructure

In today’s digitizing world, organizations are increasingly integrating cyber systems into their critical infrastructure operations. Whether it be protecting 5G wireless technology, our nation’s pipeline infrastructure, or the ICT supply chain, CISA serves as the nation’s risk advisor to identify threats and vulnerabilities to these assets, systems, and networks that provide functions necessary for our way of life.

 

Thank you for your support and commitment to Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021 and helping all Americans stay safe and secure online. Please email the CISA Cybersecurity Awareness Month Team or the NCSA Team with any questions. Please direct media inquiries to CISAMedia@hq.dhs.gov.

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