Organizations and Cyber Safety
All organizations—regardless of size—need to adopt a heightened posture when it comes to cybersecurity and protecting their most critical assets. Sophisticated cyber actors and nation-states exploit vulnerabilities to steal information and money and are developing capabilities to disrupt, destroy, or threaten the delivery of essential services. Implementing organizational cybersecurity best practices requires coordination across the organization from leadership to IT to communications and human resources. From governance to updating technology, cybersecurity requires a holistic approach that often starts with leadership directive. Protecting the cyber space is an essential aspect of business operations and must be integrated at all levels.
CISA offers tools, services, resources, and current information for businesses and organizations to implement key cybersecurity practices. CISA provides services across all of CISA’s mission areas that are available to Federal Government; State, Local, Tribal and Territorial Government; Private Industry; Academia; NGO and Non-Profit; and General Public stakeholders. In light of the risk and potential consequences of cyber events, CISA strengthens the security and resilience of cyberspace, an important homeland security mission.
As the nation’s cyber defense agency, CISA stands ready to help organizations prepare for, respond to, and mitigate the impact of cyberattacks.
Every time we connect to the Internet—at home, at school, at work, or on our mobile devices—we expose ourselves to cyber criminals who commit identity theft, fraud, and harassment.
List of federal civilian Executive Branch agencies that fall under CISA's authorities.
When cyber incidents occur, DHS provides assistance to potentially impacted entities, analyzes the potential impact across critical infrastructure, investigates those responsible in conjunction with law enforcement, and coordinates national response.
Discover the latest CISA cyber safety news and tips for organizations.
CISA, FBI, NSA, and International Partner Warn Organizations of Top Routinely Exploited Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities
CISA offers a range of cyber safety trainings for organizations of all sizes and needs.
Professors in Practice - Session 3: Zero Trust Architecture: How to Choose the Right Model(s) for Your Organization
Cyber Safety Services
Explore the services CISA offers to protect your organization from cyber threats.
Resources for Organizations
Use these resources to gain strategies and guidance to protect your organization.
Everyone has the power to stop a threat and help secure the nation. Read about how, by just reporting suspicious activity or strange behavior, you play an essential role in keeping our communities safe and secure.
Capacity Enhancement Guide for Federal Agencies: Remote Patch and Vulnerability Management Capacity Enhancement Guide
This document assists federal agencies with patching roaming devices, i.e., remote devices outside agency campus networks.
Report Vulnerabilities in U.S. Government websites
Website vulnerabilities are defects that may allow an attacker to violate a security policy to cause some impact or consequence, particularly those vulnerabilities that allow increased levels of access or the ability to interfere with the normal operation of the server or site.