Global Cyber Alliance Toolkit for Small Business
Have you used the Global Cyber Alliance Cybersecurity (GCA) Toolkit for Small Business yet?
As the name suggests, the GCA Toolkit for Small Business is specifically designed for small and medium businesses to reduce the cyber risks they face on a daily basis.
The free online resource is available worldwide and offers actionable guidance and tools with clear directions to combat the increasing volume of cyberattacks.
The GCA Cybersecurity Toolkit arms small business owners with basic security controls and guidance, including:
Operational tools that help them take inventory of their cyber-related assets, create and maintain strong passwords, use multi-factor authentication, perform backups of critical data, prevent phishing and viruses, and more.
How-to materials, such as template policies and forms, training videos, and other foundational documents they can customize for their organizations.
- Know What You Have
- Update Your Defenses
- Beyond Simple Passwords
- Prevent Phishing and Viruses
- Protect Your Brand
- Defend Against Ransomware
The toolboxes and tools were carefully chosen based on the Center for Internet Security Controls, the UK National Cyber Security Centre’s Cyber Essentials and the Australian Cyber Security Centre’s Essential Eight
About the Global Cyber Alliance (GCA): The GCA is an international, cross-sector effort dedicated to confronting cyber risk and improving our connected world. It is a catalyst to bring communities of interest and affiliations together in an environment that sparks innovation with concrete, measurable achievements.
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We provide a central point of contact for information about fraud and cyber crime.
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