Resource Pages for Individuals & Businesses


Malware is an ever increasing threat in today’s internet. While many believe that they are not a target or that they are safe from malware, that may not be the case.

Common Myths

Common cybersecurity myths; courtesy of Secured IT Solutions. Keep yourself educated to ensure best practices.

General Security Tips

Cyber Security should always be taken seriously. This page has a lot of useful information and links on how to keep your devices and your information secure from people who would wish take it.

Reports & Whitepapers

Various security and threat reports and articles are published to provide members of all industries insight of current and emerging threats with details on case studies in addition to whitepapers on tools, tactical approaches, and strategies.

5 Tips to Help Reduce Cyber Security Risks at Home

If you do not apply basic security essentials to your home devices, attackers are able to leverage those vulnerabilities to take over your home and systems for their malicious intents.  Therefore, we recommend you apply the 5 basic security practices listed on this page.

Reduce Your Impact From Security Breaches

No matter how secure you believe your healthcare provider, bank, home system, etc. are, you (more like your personal and sensitive information) will somehow be involved in a security breach. Provided are some key steps to reduce your impact when security breaches happen.

Use Strong Passphrases

A strong passphrase is an important protection to help you have safer online transactions. Provided are some steps to create a strong passphrase.

Jargon Buster

Technology and the web can be confusing, and we’ve all come across some terms that don’t make much sense. Like viruses. Or IP addresses. Or spyware. We’ve made a list of some common technical words and explained them here as simply and accurately as we can.

Free Security Awareness Training

Keeping up with the latest threats to your online security can be a daunting undertaking. Knowing what to look for and how to spot the red flags which indicate something is potentially malicious or unsafe is the first step in keeping you and your family safe online.

Cybersafe Shopping Tips for the Holidays

As shoppers eagerly hit the Internet on Black Friday and Cyber Monday to score great deals, online crooks are not far behind lurking to victimize and get great deals too. 

Safeguarding the Nation’s Critical Infrastructure

Our day-to-day life depends on the country’s 16 sectors of critical infrastructure, which supply food, water, financial services, public health, communications and power along with other networks and systems. A disruption to this system, which is operated via the internet, can have significant and even catastrophic consequences for our nation.

STOP.THINK.CONNECT. Awareness Campaign Resource Pages

Pages and tips curated from STOP. THINK. CONNECT., the national online safety awareness campaign

Links to More Resources

Cybersecurity Overview & Best Practices
Cyber Games
Cyber Security Awarenes Week (CSAW)High School+US
Collegiate Penetration Testing CompetitionCollegiateUS
Digital Forensics Cyber QuestCollegiateUS
Information Security Talent SearchCollegiateUS
National Collegiate Cyber Defense Ccmpetition (NCCDC)CollegiateUS
National Cyber LeagueCollegiateUS
Packet Capture Analysis Cyber QuestCollegiateUS
CyberPatriotHigh School / Middle SchoolUS
ASIS Capture the FlagOver 18Global
SANS Holiday Hack ChallengeOver 18Global
NetWarsOver 18Globalhttp://