Staying Safe Online Starts with Information
We've pulled together a broad collection of websites, toolkits, white paper, infographics, podcasts and webcasts to give you the resources and information you need to make tangible progress toward making your online world safe and private.
The resources include a list of Oregon-based, cyber-related associations and groups, a set of general resources as well as content specific to the needs of cybesecurity professionals, small business, government, nonprofits, individuals, and education. Please send email to [email protected] if you have additional resources that you would like considered for this list.
Oregon-based Cyber-Related Associations & Groups
Oregon Cybersecurity Advisory Council
Established under Senate Bill 90, OCAC is working to develop a shared vision for the establishment of a cross-sector Cybersecurity Center of Excellence, in collaboration with Oregon’s cyber-related industries, private sector security practitioners, educational institutions, law enforcement and local government.
ISACA WILLAMETTE VALLEY
The Willamette Valley Chapter of ISACA represents IT Security, Audit and Compliance Professionals in the Oregon/SW Washington region.
Promote the profession of Risk Management by providing opportunities for personal and professional development.
Technology Association of Oregon (TAO)
TAO unites the region's technology industry and is a recognized leader in shaping and growing technology and business communities.
SANS Information Security Training: Oregon
SANS provides information security courses, taught by leading security practitioners, provide hands-on training with practical exercises and immersive labs.
HiMSS Oregon Chapter
Professional organization that is dedicated to the development of healthcare information technology professionals throughout the state of Oregon.
Data Privacy PDX
Cybersecurity Education Programs in Oregon
Blazing a trail to Oregon for your cybersecurity studies? Here is a full list of programs, plus an introduction to the networks, events and employers that can propel your cybersecurity career.
Oregon Cybersecurity Education Summit - Nov. 3, 2017
The Oregon Cybersecurity Education Summit Nov. 3, 2017 in Bend, Oregon was packed with useful cybersecurity information and resources from some of the leading experts in the industry. Here are the core presentations from the event.
Cybersecurity in Oregon Overview, Charlie Kawasaki, CISSP, CTO at PacStar
The Fallacy of the Protected Enterprise: When Vendor Vulnerabilities Become Your Own, Clara Tsao, Chief Technology Officer- Interagency Countering Violent Extremism Task Force, U.S. Department of Homeland Security
How to Develop an Information Security Program: The Basics, Leslie Golden, CISSP, President of Instill Security
The hidden element of cybersecurity: the human element, Lewis Howell, CISSP, CEO, Hueya, Inc.
Homeland Security Perspectives: Cyber Security Resources for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses, Ronald D. Watters Jr M.Ed GSLC, Cybersecurity Advisor Region X, and Cyber Infrastructure Resilience (SECIR), Cybersecurity and Communications (CS&C)
PCI Compliance for the Small Business, Tyler Hardison, Director of Solutions and Innovation, Redhawk Network Security, LLC
NIST implements practical cybersecurity and privacy through outreach and effective application of standards and best practices necessary for the U.S. to adopt cybersecurity capabilities. NIST also offers a comprehensive cybersecurity framework and an extensive listing of publicly available framework resources.
The most trusted source for information security training, certification, and research.
Security Investigation and Rapid Response
Here's how to speed up cybersecurity investigations using Splunk and AWS.
Splunk Security Use Case
Why Cybersecurity is Falling Short
If the old tactics aren't working, where do we go from here?
EMV - Will it Curb Retail Credit Card Fraud?
EMV, which stands for Europay, MasterCard, and Visa, is the global standard for credit and debit cards. But how much safer are these new cards really making digital transactions?
Resources for Cybersecurity Professionals
Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law
To address concerns about security gaps across a growing number of connected devices, the Center for Cybersecurity Policy and Law has published a white paper designed to help hardware vendors minimize risks for end users.
The BSA Framework for Secure Software
BSA | The Software Alliance has developed The BSA Framework for Secure Software to provide a consolidated framework that brings together best practices in a detailed, holistic manner that can guide software security regardless of the development environment or the purpose of the software.
Small Business Resources
Small Business Payments Toolkit
ICS-CERT - CSET
Cybersecurity 101: Protecting your business from Cybercrime
Research to Support the Drafting of the Oregon Cybersecurity Center of Excellence Proposal
The Oregon Office of the State Chief Information Office engaged Portland State University's Center for Public Service to conduct comprehensive research on the state of cybersecurity in Oregon. This is the the executive summary and overview of the research findings.
Transparency, Balance and Collaboration in the State of Oregon
Alex Pettit, Chief Information Officer, State of Oregon discusses efforts to increase transparency of information, support decision making, aid in cross-agency collaboration and minimize duplication in this webinar replay.
Government Insider Threat Detection
Using big data analytics to detect and mitigate insider threats.
American Water Works Association
Process control system security guidance for the water sector.
Federal News Radio
With government cyber defense, sometimes it’s best to give up hope -- and come out ahead, writes Galois research lead Adam Wick.
Federal Government & The Internet of Things
Jamie Brown, global director of government relations at CA Technologies, discusses the federal government’s approach to the Internet of things.
Protect the vote
Scalable and secure cloud for elections and campaigns. World-class security to defend democracy from a world of threats.
Public sector cyber solutions
Combat your agency’s internal and external threats and attacks.
Cyber Resilience Review -- US-CERT
The CRR is a no-cost, voluntary, non-technical assessment to evaluate an organization’s operational resilience and cybersecurity practices.
National Council of nonprofits
Cybersecurity information to help keep your organization safe and hacker-proof.
10 Cybersecurity Steps for Nonprofits
Here are 10 steps that can nonprofit organizations can take to help you better govern your information and assets.
Organization Must Adapt to Evolving DDoS Attacks
While the underlying technology behind DDoS attacks hasn't changed much, the number of internet-connected devices in the world that can be compromised has dramatically increased.
Hueya Report 2017 Cyber Abuse and the Human Factor
Learn how cyber abuse is the latest epidemic that can damage your privacy, safety, and livelihood. Learn what you can do to take action.
Stay Safe Online
Powered by the National Cyber Security Alliance, this organization is helping to make the internet safer and more secure for everyone.
A Guide for Guarding Personal Information in the Workplace
Considering the financial, moral and psychological consequences of security violations, it is imperative to protect personal information at all times. Here's how.
A comprehensive directory of colleges and universities offering cyber security degrees and much more.
Cybersecurity tips for College Students
Protect your identity, protect your school work and protect your computer with these 10 cybersecurity tips for college and university students.
The Best Online Cybersecurity Degree Programs in 2017
Here is a list of the top 25 online cybersecurity degree programs plus information on the kinds of professional opportunities you can pursue with a degree in the field.
NICCS Education and Training Catalog
The NICCS Education and Training Catalog is a central location where cybersecurity professionals across the nation can find over 3,000 cybersecurity-related courses.