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Everything online creates a digital footprint, and today more than ever the public needs to have a watchful eye for online threats. It only takes one click to become a victim of a DDoS attack, ransomware takeover, or a phishing email. Use the free online resources at STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ and StaySafeOnline to become cyber aware.
Five security best practices for all organizations.
  1. Raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity.
  2. Sign off and shut off computers at the end of the day.
  3. Create complex, long passwords.
  4. Don’t share passwords or write them on paper that can be easily found.
  5. Use two or multifactor authentication when logging on to a device.

Broadband News for Cybersecurity

The Importance Of Training: Cybersecurity Awareness As A Firewall

The top funding priorities for chief information security officers (CISOs) in the coming year reveal a fundamental challenge facing enterprises today: They need more talent, and they need better training for employees. What are CISOs doing to solve for this ever-present pain point?
Source: Forbes

Why the United States needs more cybersecurity experts — badly

Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report provides valuable insight into exactly how attacks are carried out, what tactics are working, & how users are helping.
Source: WorkScoop

Cyber threats to utilities, and what to do about them

In the past few decades, cyber attacks on critical infrastructure (electric and water utilities) continue to increase in number and sophistication.
Source: Enterprise IoT Insights

What to Do When There's a Data Breach

Between changing passwords and freezing your credit reports, there’s a lot to get done. Here’s the rundown of what to do with your finances and your online accounts when someone steals your info.
Source: Life Hacker

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