Cyber Security Awareness Resources
Cyber Security is Everyone’s Responsibility!
We use computers and the Internet in many aspects of our lives—at school, at work and at home. It is important that we understand how to keep ourselves and our information safe online.
This page is designed to provide users with information to help increase awareness about cyber security issues and how to enhance safety and security when using computers and the Internet.
State Government Information Security Workforce Development Essential Body of Knowledge (EBK)
Upcoming SANS Technical Security Training Class SEC569: Combating Malware in the Enterprise
March 2-3, 2011 8am-4pm PST (11am-7pm EST)
Open to all MS-ISAC members (state, local, territory, tribal governments) at reduced pricing ($400 for the 2 day class plus shipping for course materials)
This is an online vLive! class (interactive, live, online training) that participants can take online from anywhere or attend a classroom site location
Classroom site: Salem, OR (If anyone has at least 5 students and wants to host an additional remote classroom site, please contact email@example.com)
To register, go to https://www.sans.org/registration/ivc.php?lid=24108.
MS-ISAC members (state, local, tribal, territory) will receive the $400 class price when registering. No special discount code is needed.
For more information about this class, visit: http://www.sans.org/security-training/combating-malware-enterprise-1482-mid.
Register now! Problems registering or questions, contact the MS-ISAC at firstname.lastname@example.org or 518-266-3460.
MS-ISAC National Poster Contest
Cyber Security Toolkits
- 2010 Toolkit - 2010 National Cyber Security Awareness Month
- 2009 Toolkit - 2009 National Cyber Security Awareness Month - After-Action Report
- 2008 Toolkit - 2008 National Cyber Security Awareness Month - After-Action Report
- 2007 Toolkit - 2007 National Cyber Security Awareness Month - After-Action Report
- 2006 Toolkit - 2006 National Cyber Security Awareness Month
- 2005 Toolkit - 2005 National Cyber Security Awareness Month - After-Action Report
The Cyber Security Guides below have been developed for public and private organizations in furthering their education and awareness regarding cyber security. These Guides have been formatted for the non-technical audience. We recommend distribution of these Guides to all executives, managers, information technical managers, as well as distribution to individual(s) responsible for cyber security in your organization. We hope you find the information in these Guides helpful to you.
- Getting Started Guide
- Firewall Guide
- Acceptable Use Guide
- Erasing and Disposal Guide
- Guidelines for Backing Up Information
- Cyber Incident Response Guide
- Risk Management Guide
Cyber Security Awareness Brochure
- Web 2.0 Security for Businesses and Employees
- A Case for Centralized Security Metrics Reporting in State Governments
- Symantec Global Internet Security Threat Report
- Broadband Security for Home Users