Stay Informed as the End of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Nears
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and HSDL has what you need to stay informed and safe in the virtual world. To raise awareness of this very important topic, here are a few resources that highlight current trends, themes and tips to make your digital world safe from those who wish to do harm.
The Department of Homeland Security offers an overall “Themes & Keystone Events” for Cyber Security Awareness Month 2015. It can be found here:
From the newly acquired Lessons Learned Information Sharing organization, there are several documents that address Cybersecurity at the state level.
Cybersecurity Trend Analysis
Cybersecurity Trends: Exploring and Understanding Key Gaps in the Cybersecurity Capability of the Emergency Management Community in Order to Help Reduce the Risk of Cyber Threats and Enhance Cybersecurity Efforts
Innovative Practice documents
These documents provide successful and innovative procedures, techniques, or methods developed and/or implemented by the emergency management or homeland security communities to adapt to changing circumstances that others may wish to emulate. Documents include:
Lesson Learned documents
These documents provide knowledge and experience, positive or negative, derived from actual incidents, as well as those derived from observations and historical study of operations, training, and exercises. Documents include:
The Homeland Security Digital Library offers three Cyber Security Featured Topics Lists (Login may be required) that feature core documents addressing major policy, thought and legislation in Cyber Security areas. They are:
What has the Federal Government done to address Cyber Security? Check out the latest Congressional Research Service’s reports:
Interested in Careers and Education in the Cybersecurity field? Check out the National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education here:
For upcoming Events and Conferences on Cybersecurity can be found on our Events and Conference Calendar here:
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