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Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2021


ASIS joins the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the E.U. Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) in recognizing October as Cyber Security Awareness Month. The following ASIS information security and privacy resources can help you, your organization, and your communities stay safe online.


The ASIS Information Technology Security Community is please to support the following webinars focusing the topic of cyber security. Webinar registration is free to all.

19 October - Cyber Incident Response: Common Pitfalls
26 October - Cybersecurity and Physical Security Convergence

Additionally, ASIS's On Demand Webinar Catalog offers a range of presentations focused on cyber and IT security, as well as the convergence and integration of physical and cyber security. Explore the catalog to find the resources that best support your learning objectives.

Community Resources

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month aims to help make people more aware of the ever changing cyber threat landscape in an effort to better safeguard their people, data and systems. We have recently seen the increased frequency and the increased impacts of ransomware and data breaches making these efforts now more crucial than ever. The ASIS Information Technology Security Community is pleased to support the important work of this national event.

Security Management Articles

CCPA Deep Dive: How California is Enforcing its Major Privacy Law

Connectivity Complicates Vehicle Cybersecurity

Frankenstein Fraud: How Synthetic Identities Became the Fastest-Growing Fraud Trend

How to Protect an Election

Mastercard Takes a Unified Approach to Security

New Standards Seek to Illuminate Power Grid Cyber Risks

Remote Learning Heightens Ransomware Threats

Spies in the Supply Chain

Securing the Future of Remote Work

The Risk of Underwriting: How Ransomware is Changing the Cyber Insurance Market

From Security Technology

An Energy Company’s Approach to Proactive Critical Infrastructure Security

An Increasingly Connected ICS: Highlights from Dragos’ 2020 Year in Review

Building a More Secure and Efficient Enterprise

Never Assume: Key Learning from the Colonial Pipeline Attack

The Next Big Target for Cyberattack: Agriculture and the Supply Chain

Three Cybersecurity Risk Issues to Consider with Surveillance Systems