Cyber Risk Control Resources
OCTOBER IS CYBER SECURITY AWARENESS MONTH!
The MEL is a leader in the development of cyber security education and cyber risk management programs for public entities in New Jersey, and is proud to once again serve as a Champion for Cybersecurity Awareness Month (October 1-31). Click here to view the MEL news post. Click here to read the Cyber Insurance Article by MEL in the October 2022 New Jersey League of Municipalities Magazine.
This year’s theme is “It’s easy to stay safe online,” and key fundamental cybersecurity best practices will be highlighted:
Click on the titles to view/download the MEL Cyber Task Force Bulletins below.
Click on the images below to view/download infographics you can share about cyber safety.
CYBER EDUCATION SERIES
A do-it-yourself program that provides 5 case studies that highlight cyber security issues from NJ towns, how they were impacted and tips used to prevent future risk.
Information about the Cyber Education Series
Case Study #1: Sharing is (NOT) Caring
Case Study #2: Whoops! Don’t share the data
Case Study #3: We Trust the Pros
Case Study #4: Closed: Gone Phishin’
Case Study #5: The Exception (for now)
Series Final Thoughts
Resources & Links
Cyber Security Tips for Tax Season
*NEW* Q&A on Cyber Issues, Policies and Procedures
Cyber Risk Control Video
MEL Coverage Bulletin 17-26
Data Privacy Day Information
XL Catlin’s Online Cyber Risk Portal
The New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell
PivotPoint Security | Information Security Blog
Email Do’s & Don’ts PDF
Article – Cyber Insurance: Is you public entity properly protected? (League of Municipalities Magazine Oct.2018)
Cyber Task Force Feature Article
This article, “Cyber Security Challenges and COVID-19: Network safety in the office and working from home,” was featured in the NJ League of Municipalities Magazine October 2020 “Cyber Security & The Pandemic,” edition.
The article was a joint collaboration between the MEL Cyber Task Force and the New Jersey Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell.
Click here to read the article.
Cyber Task Force Bulletins
Be Cyber Aware: Increasing Vulnerabilities
Cyber Attacks: Learn From Each Other
No Summer Vacation for Cybersecurity: Recent Attacks & Prevention Tips
Holiday Cyber Safety Tips 2020
FREE Cybersecurity Member Resource Links
COVID-19: Beware of Cyber Scams
July Bulletin: Recent Government Cyber Events
Cyber Security Awareness Month
Preparedness: Ransomware in the City Atlanta, 18-01
Threats: Russia-Backed Malicious Activity & New “Bad” Ransomware Strains, 18-02
New Ransomware – RYUK, 19-01