This section includes training resources such as educational courses, webinars, and videos.
Free cybersecurity training for Small Businesses from non-profits Global Cyber Alliance and Cyber Readiness Institute. Begins April 14, 2021. Register here https://gcatoolkit.org/cyber-basics-for-small-businesses-training/
Cyber Essentials Toolkits – The Cyber Essentials Toolkit is a set of modules designed to break down the CISA Cyber Essentials into bite-sized actions for IT and C-suite leadership to work toward full implementation of each Cyber Essential. Each chapter focuses on recommended actions to build cyber readiness into the six interrelated aspects of an organizational culture of cyber readiness.
Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)
“Cybersecurity for Small Business: The Fundamentals” – a set of training slides and speaker notes to help small business owners educate themselves and their employees about cybersecurity best practices and resources.
National Institute of Standards and Technology
Cyber Readiness Program – The Cyber Readiness Program is designed to provide practical resources and tools to help organizations like yours take action to become cyber ready. Completing the Program will make your organization safer, more secure, and stronger in the face of cyber threats. (Note: account with login is required.)
Cyber Readiness Institute
Steps to Reduce Your Company’s Risk of Cyber Attacks – This webinar is aimed at manufacturers and includes: how to identify potential security vulnerabilities, risks and threats; controls that can help protect against cyber attacks; tools and resources; and how to contain, reduce damage and recover from cyber attacks
Manufacturing Extension Partnership
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