The convergence of the internet and healthcare has created many benefits for patients and healthcare providers, but has also created vulnerabilities that cyber criminals regularly attempt to exploit. Download NCSA’s Week 3 infographic and video to learn some of the most common ways patients and medical practitioners access health data using technology, and highlights tips to help you #BeCyberSmart.
To help individuals and organizations find resources they can use and share, NCSA has launched the COVID-19 Security Resource Library. This library features free and updated information on current scams, cyber threats, remote working, disaster relief, and more.
In case you missed it, a recording of NCSA’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month kick-off event, “Cybersecurity U.S. Healthcare” is available to view. Experts from industry and government discussed the emerging threats facing the healthcare industry and consumers, and the steps we need to take to protect our nation’s healthcare and public health sector.
Sector protects all sectors of the economy from hazards such as terrorism, infectious disease outbreaks, and natural disasters. Learn more about how CISA and other government partners are keeping this sector secure.
The Federal Trade Commission continues its work protecting consumers, providing guidance to businesses, and protecting competition in the marketplace throughout the pandemic. Check out their resources on how to spot and avoid the latest Coronavirus scams.
Becoming a Champion is a way to officially show your support for Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Champions represent those organizations and individuals dedicated to making the connected world a safer place through awareness and education.
Find the latest and greatest Cybersecurity Awareness month news and resources on social media by following and using the hashtag #BeCyberSmart.Share