Breaches and cyber incidents occur when employees are not fully trained on how to identify cyber issues, policies are not being followed, and third-party systems are not fully vetted or secured. Well informed employees are better equipped to protect themselves and your firm against cyber threats.
Resources for Cybersecurity Education
During the month of October, businesses across the globe will focus on educating their employees on how to stay diligent and safe online. As we prepare internally for Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we’d like to share some resources you can use to help promote privacy and online safety at your firm.
Stay Safe Online Campaign
The National Cybersecurity Alliance and the U.S Department of Homeland Security's Stop Think Connect™ have developed resources you can share with your staff, family, and friends. Learn more: https://staysafeonline.org/.
ACA Cyber Resources
Over the years we’ve developed many resources for our clients to share with their teams that cover everything from Wi-Fi best practices to tips for securing your smart devices at home. Click here to access the resources.
Preventing Phishing Attacks
We’ve created the “8 Ways to Prevent Phishing Attacks” flyer to post in your office or to distribute to staff to promote awareness of phishing emails.\
Cybersecurity Awareness Training
We offer online and in person cybersecurity awareness training. You can schedule your annual cybersecurity training with your ACA consultant or check out our online training program.
Upcoming Cybersecurity and Privacy Webcasts
Stay informed and learn from others by attending our webcasts in October as well as several on demand trainings.
California Consumer Privacy Act: Preparing for January 1, 2020
October 1, 2019
Legislation goes in effect on January 1, 2020 and enforcement will start on July 1, 2020. Are you confident your teams and systems are compliant? Join us to learn about CCPA and the roadmap to compliance.
Scariest Cyber Incidents of 2019 – Tales from the Cyber Crypt
October 31, 2019 Ghosts, goblins, and hackers oh my! Join us for the horrifying retelling of the scariest cyber incidents of 2019. Learn from these incidents and see how you can apply best practices to improve your security, educate employees, and protect your business.
For More Information
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