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FACTSHEET | Oct. 14, 2022

Cybersecurity Resources

The Facts: Cybersecurity Resources

Cybersecurity is a 24/7, year-round effort that is everyone's responsibility. Fortunately there are lots of great resources available to help keep you, your family, your colleagues, your community and your mission safe online.

Here are just a few of the best:

Websites:

  • U.S. Army social media guide: The Army's official online guide to social media, with resources for setting up social media accounts, as well as policies, guidance and resources for using social media safely and appropriately. Learn More
  • Army Criminal Investigation Command Cyber Crime fliers: A large collection of fliers with useful information on online and other scams and how to protect yourself. Learn More
  • DoD Social Media Education and Training page: A collection of links, presentations and resources for using social media safely, from the Department of Defense's Chief Information Officer. Learn More
  • CISA Cybersecurity Awareness Program offers resources and tools from the Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency. Learn More
  • Federal Trade Commission online security consumer advice page: A collection of resources to help protect privacy and security online. Learn More
  • National Counterintelligence and Security Center awareness materials: NCSC presentations, brochures, fliers and other materials about online threats anw to protect yourself. Learn More
  • SANS OUCH! Newsletters A monthly newsletter focusing on a cybersecurity and steps people can take to protect themselves, from the SANS research and education institute. Learn More
  • IC3, the Internet Crime Complaint Center is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the National White Collar Crime Center that receives and researches Internet-related criminal complaints. Learn More
  • CISA resources page: a collection of information, tips and links on a variety of individual and organization cybersecurity topics from the Department of Homeland Security’s Cyber and Infrastructure Security Agency. Learn More
  • FTC Identity Theft help page: offers resources to help protect your identity and recover from identity theft, from the Federal Trade Commission. Learn More
  • Department of Defense Identity Protection Guide Learn More

Videos:

  • European Network and Information Security Agency video: “You Wouldn't Do This in Real Life - Why Do It on the Web?” Watch Video
  • IBM.org: “5 Tips for Cybersecurity Safety” Watch Video
  • TED Talks: ”The 1s and 0s behind cyber warfare” Watch Video
  • TEDx ”The Five Laws of Cybersecurity” Watch Video

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