This download contains information regarding ransomware, recognizing the symptoms of infection, what to do in case your device is in fact infected, protecting yourself in the future, and further resources for more information.
This download contains information regarding a cyber incident scenario and what to do in such an instance.
This download contains information regarding cyber security breaches, how much data is worth, Montana's cyber stats, top vulnerabilities, and how to fight back.
This download contains cybersecurity facts, initial tasks, training, inventory, development, implementation, and testing.
Cybersecurity awareness and training are vital for protecting the State of Montana's personally identifiable information (PII), taxpayer information, and physical and digital assets. Employees are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information systems and data, yet studies and surveys show that humans are the biggest threat to information security. Opening a malicious email, failing to secure mobile devices, sending unencrypted sensitive data, visiting harmful websites, or misconfiguring a server are just a few ways that employees can put systems and information at risk. The Enterprise Security Program (ESP) promotes cybersecurity awareness in a number of ways. Click the link below for a multitude of cyber security downloads and training materials.
This is a one-page handout on what to watch for with email scams--worth the two minutes it takes to read.
The three fundamental domains of effective cyber security are people, processes, and technology. Inadequate staff knowledge could threaten your organization's very existence.