Do you want to learn more about security? The government is working hard to help out. IT practitioners can turn to the National Institutes of Standards and Technologies Special Publications on computer security. Sometimes called the 800 series, these documents cover topics such as best practices in doing security assessments, security in virtual environments and suggestions for securing cloud environment
Learn more about security locally by attending North Texas InfraGard events. Founded as an alliance between the FBI, security community and organizations like the yours, quarterly meetings help attendees understand the rapidly evolving threats using our technology.
If you plan on focusing most of your efforts on securing your systems, consider that for every server, there 5-50 end users on PCs, laptops, and tablets that need your help understanding how to help protect the network. Start a security awareness campaign using content from the Department of Homeland Security’s STOP.THINK.CONNECT program. All kinds of resources are here for you – from a comprehensive Tips & Advice area to Twitter Chats, past and present. Get involved!
Resources for you
Find out how you can take part in efforts to help strengthen your online community at The Department of Homeland Security.
Recent Security-related articles from The Fulcrum Group
May Newsletter – Update on the latest security-newsmakers – including updates on the Heartbleed Bug that was publicized widely at the end of April and the IE Security Flaw.
May White Paper – Evaluating Your Company’s IT Security Strategies
May 23 – eBay Security Exploit
April 30 – IE Security Alert
April White Paper – The Fulcrum Group’s tips on Mitigating risk if you’re still running now unsupported Windows XP on your systems.
January 6 (2014) – What Should Recent High-Profile Security Breaches Mean To You?
October (2013) – Dealing With End of Life for Windows XP
Data Breach Investigation Reports