National Cyber Security Awareness Month

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Learn the basics of safety during NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY AWARENESS MONTH

National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) — held annually in October — is a collaborative effort between government, industry and organizations of all sizes to help you — and everyone — stay safer and more secure online.

Since its inception under leadership from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance, NCSAM has grown exponentially, reaching consumers, small and medium-sized businesses, corporations, educational institutions and young people across the nation. 2017 marks the 14th year of National Cyber Security Awareness Month.

NorthStar Technology Group is a NCSAM Champion and we will be providing free content and special offers on security products and services throughout October.

Below are materials covering the biggest topics on cyber security: Ransomware, Email Phishing, and CEO Fraud.  Please download, read, and share with co-workers, friends and family.

Ransomware-Hostage-Rescue-Manual_small

Know how to react to a ransomware incident before it happens. This guide gives you a baseline knowledge of terminology, prevention and response. Should you pay? Who can help? Where are our backups? All questions that can cost your business if not known before an attack happens.

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Do you think your coworkers know how to prevent viruses from coming in via email? Think again. This is a great poster to print out for the break-room, bathroom, or to hand deliver to each one of them.


 

CEO Fraud Manual_small

Don’t let the name foul you. This isn’t just about CEOs. HR, Accounting, IT are all susceptible to CEO fraud or what the FBI calls “Business Email Compromise.” Learn the techniques and how to prevent and respond.

Posted on October 9, 2017 in Business, Data Security and Protection, malware, security, Technology, viruses

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Mark is Director of Consulting Services at NorthStar Technology Group. Mark holds a HCISPP (Health Care Information Security and Privacy Practitioner) certification through ISC2. He helps the NorthStar clients with their security and HIPAA compliance needs.
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