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Top 10 Worst Data Breaches of All Time
By: Purdue University Global
This infographic shows the worst data breaches of all time, going back to 2008 and affecting a total of more than 6.5 billion people. Even the smallest data breach on our list affected 100 million people. Many people are worried about the safety of their personal information, leading to a proliferation of sites to check if your email and password—or worse—can be found on the web. Read more.
Establish computer security incident response capabilities
Subscribe to US-CERT alerts, report cyber incidents, and get the latest news
Manage and reduce cybersecurity risk. Based on existing standards and best practices
Get news and alerts from ICS-CERT, who works to reduce risks across all critical infrastructure sectors
The official means for reporting suspected internet-facilitated criminal activity to the FBI
Tips to help you stay safe and secure online
Consumer information for protecting your information and your identity online
Don’t get phished! Get smart. Stay ahead of the hackers with this quiz
Common sense guidelines and tips for making your home network more secure
Variety of educational articles relating to cybersecurity issues
A tool for small businesses to create customized cybersecurity planning guides
A self-paced training exercise providing an introduction to securing information in a small business
Computer security basics to help your small business
Interactive tool and informational guidelines to measure and assess cyber supply chain risks
The NICE Framework categorizes and describes cybersecurity work
A cybersecurity resource hub for everyone
Voluntary Program helps improve the resiliency of critical infrastructure’s cybersecurity systems by supporting and promoting the use of the NIST Cybersecurity Framework
InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and members of the private sector
Common techniques and how to prevent an attack
NICCS tools and resources for anyone seeking cyber education information
Information and resources on preventing company data breaches
NATIONAL INITIATIVE FOR CYBERSECURITY EDUCATION (NICE)
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