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Employee Awareness

Aids and materials to raise your employees’ awareness about the importance of security

Cyber Essentials: Building a Culture of Cyber Readiness – a guide for leaders of small businesses as well as leaders of small and local government agencies to develop an actionable understanding of where to start implementing organizational cybersecurity practices.
Department of Homeland Security

Common Cybersecurity Misconceptions for Small and Medium-Sized Organizations – One focus of employee online safety education should include debunking commonly nist-quoted cybersecurity misconceptions. This list – assembled by the National Cyber Security Alliance, in collaboration with public and private partners – is based on the experiences of business leaders and employees from across the United States.
National Cyber Security Alliance

The Cybersecurity Awareness Toolkit – resources to help launch your own cybersecurity awareness program
National Cyber Security Alliance, Better Business Bureau, Facebook, and MediaPRO

It's Everyone's Job to Ensure Online Safety at Work – infographic that can be used to remind employees of good security practices
National Cyber Security Alliance

Workforce Management Guidebook: Cybersecurity is Everyone’s Job - Provides things to know, and things to do, for everyone in an organization, regardless of its type or size. It is intended for the general audience, which may not otherwise be knowledgeable about, or interested in, cybersecurity.
NICE Working Group

Cybersecurity Workforce Development - The FCC's Communications Security, Reliability and Interoperability Council's report on cybersecurity workforce recommendations.
Federal Communications Commission

Created August 24, 2020