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CISA Publishes High-Risk Communities Webpage

CISA has a new webpage with cybersecurity resources for civil society communities at high risk of digital security threats.

CISA developed this resource with the help of civil society organizations, government, and private industry partners. It is meant to support communities in their cybersecurity efforts, in line with the priorities set by the Administration’s Summit for Democracy and the Joint Cyber Defense Collaborative (JCDC).

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This webpage provides digital security resources for high-risk communities, including Project Upskill, which offers guides for non-technical individuals to improve their cyber hygiene. It also has information on local cyber volunteer programs and a repository of free or discounted cybersecurity tools and services.

“With experts across government and the private sector, we collaborated extensively to identify and develop actionable and easy-to-use resources for high-risk communities. We will continue to solicit input and feedback from partners across civil society as we collectively work to safeguard those organizations advancing democracy and human rights against cyber threats,” said CISA Director Jen Easterly. “CISA is especially pleased in the public-private collaboration that led to development and publication of these resources, reflecting shared commitment across government, industry, and civil society.”

The High-Risk Communities planning effort supports JCDC priorities by uniting government and the private sector to carry out cyber defense plans, reducing specific risks and promoting focused collaboration. Find more about JCDC at CISA.gov/JCDC.

All civil society organizations are encouraged to visit the High-Risk Communities webpage intended to serve as a one-stop-shop for cybersecurity guidance.

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