CISA Releases Cybersecurity Recommendations for Public

Jeff Brody

Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency has launched a toolkit to help individuals prevent cyber attacks, Fifth Domain reported Wednesday. CISA released the toolkit on Aug. 14 as build up for the National Cybersecurity Awareness Month celebrated in October.

The toolkit features cybersecurity and regulation guidelines regarding public wifi usage, log-in credential security, social media and apps. The agency worked with the National Cyber Security Alliance to develop the toolkit.

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