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Planning Tools & Workbooks

This page contains guides, online tools, and workbooks to help you evaluate your business’ current approach to cybersecurity and plan for improvements.

Cybersecurity Resources Roadmap - helps small and midsize businesses select the most useful cybersecurity resources based on needs
Department of Homeland Security

Cyber Insurance – tips on choosing a cyber insurance policy
Federal Trade Commission

Hiring a Webhost – what to look for when hiring a webhost provider

FCC Cyber Planner - The Small Biz Cyber Planner 2.0 is an online resource to help small businesses create customized cybersecurity plans.
Federal Communications Commission – The SBA supported Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) website has many resources for small businesses doing business with the Federal Government. Please check under “ANNOUNCEMENTS” for cybersecurity events. Check under “RESOURCES” for tutorials. Examples of cybersecurity events are programs to assist a small business in using the NIST Framework (NIST SP 800-171) and for understanding CMMC 2.0 requirements.
Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) and Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR)

US Air Force CISO’s “Blue Cyber” Small Business Cybersecurity – From the Office of the Air Force CISO, “Blue Cyber” has training videos, presentations and memos for defense industrial base small businesses to help them align to cybersecurity best practices. The program includes an “Ask Me Anything” event on Tuesdays.
Office of the Air Force CISO

Content outlined on the Small Business Cybersecurity Corner webpages contain documents and resources submitted directly to us from our contributors. These resources were identified by our contributors as information they deemed most relevant and timely—and were chosen based on the current needs of the small business community.

Created February 7, 2019, Updated May 16, 2022