Cybersecurity Awareness Month is observed each October. Cybercrime is a profitable business, and CaseWorthy is on a mission to protect our clients from it. This Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we’re providing a free, one-stop-shop resource center for tips to keep you and your company cybersafe.
We encourage you to print out the Cybersecurity Tips posters as they’re released each week, share the corresponding articles as they’re posted, download our Comprehensive Guide to Cybersecurity Training in Human Services, and view our Cybersecurity 101 Webinar. The more you know, the more protected you’ll be!
White Paper: A Comprehensive Guide to Cybersecurity Training in Human Services
Human services organizations handle sensitive data. Cybersecurity training prevents costly breaches. In this guide, we’ll help you develop an approach to cybersecurity training that works for your organization.
On-Demand Webinar: Cybersecurity 101
This webinar is designed to serve as a free cybersecurity training for health & human services organizations on the fundamentals of protecting sensitive data. CaseWorthy’s Cybersecurity team provides a high-level overview of how CaseWorthy approaches cybersecurity and how nonprofits and home and community-based services (HCBS) organizations should focus their attention during CSAM.
Week #1: Password Hygiene
Nonprofits, government agencies, and human services organizations have a profound responsibility to protect sensitive data. One critical aspect of cybersecurity is password hygiene. In this article, we will explore the importance of robust password practices and provide guidelines for enhancing password security within these organizations.
Week #2: Multi-Factor Authentication
In the health and human services industry, where the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of individuals’ data are of paramount importance, Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) offers significant value in safeguarding sensitive information and ensuring data privacy. With the increasing threats of cyber-attacks, insider threats, and regulatory requirements, implementing MFA has become essential in maintaining robust security measures.
Week #3: System Patching
Significant cybersecurity risks can have detrimental consequences if not properly addressed. One of the most fundamental steps in ensuring the security of your systems and data is regular system patching (installing the latest vendor updates). In this piece, we will explore the significance of patching your systems to stay cyber safe within the human services sector.
Week #4: Phishing
Phishing is the practice of sending emails that appear to come from a trustworthy source which entices the recipient to give information, click on a link, or open an attachment that they would not otherwise do. Phishing has been at the top of the threat vector list for several years now and it continues to be a threat to all businesses as this type of attack accounts for more than 90% of data breaches.
Print out these 8.5 x 11″ mini-posters for your office – whether you’re working from home or not, you’ll want to keep these tips in mind year-round.