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Guidance for Securing Video Conferencing

As the authority for securing telework, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) established this product line with cybersecurity principles and practices that individuals and organizations can follow to video conference more securely. Although CISA is providing this general risk advisory guidance, individuals and organizations are responsible for their own risk assessments of specific systems and software. For optimum risk mitigation, organizations should implement measures at both the organizational and user levels.

Cybersecurity Recommendations for Critical Infrastructure Using Video Conferencing

This advisory guidance is intended to support the incorporation of cybersecurity considerations when adopting or expanding the use of video conferencing software and related collaboration tools. The guidance also includes suggestions for individuals using these tools to host and attend meetings—information that is particularly critical as organizations increasingly broadcast sensitive discussions over these platforms.

NRMC

CISA's National Risk Management Center works closely with the critical infrastructure community to identify and analyze the most significant risks to our Nation and strategically manage long-term resiliency and security efforts to “Secure Tomorrow”.

CISA Insights Publications

Informed by U.S. cyber intelligence and real-world events, each CISA Insight provides background information on particular cyber threats and the vulnerabilities they exploit, as well as a ready-made set of mitigation activities that non-federal partners can implement. This page is continuously updated to reflect new CISA Insights as they are made available.

CISA Insights

Informed by U.S. cyber intelligence and real-world events, each CISA Insight provides background information on particular cyber threats and the vulnerabilities they exploit, as well as a ready-made set of mitigation activities that non-federal partners can implement. This page is continuously updated to reflect new CISA Insights as they are made available.

DHS Announces ICT Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force Members

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) hosted the inaugural meeting of the nation’s first Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Supply Chain Risk Management Task Force. The task force is a public-private partnership formed to examine and develop consensus recommendations to identify and manage risk to the global ICT supply chain.

Last Published Date: November 19, 2018

Partnership Engagement Branch

The Partnership and Engagement (P&E) branch of Stakeholder Engagement and Cyber Infrastructure Resilience (SECIR) serves as the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency's (CISA) focal point for strategic and customer engagement with State, Local, Tribal and Territorial (SLTT) and private sector customers. P&E consists of three inter-dependent sections: Industry Engagement, SLTT Engagement, and the Customer Experience Management Office.