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The Center for Internet Security's 2020 Year in Review highlights all the efforts the cybersecurity nonprofit accomplished in its 20th year in business.


CIS was uniquely positioned to handle both cybersecurity and misinformation reports to protect the 2020 election infrastructure.


This document sets forth an actionable approach to ensure each state has cyber governance, and can maximize investments while securing their state.


2019 provided CIS with remarkable growth in our products and services, furthering our mission as an independent, global leader in cybersecurity.


This calendar’s artwork was developed by grade K-12 students who participated in the 2019/2020 MS-ISAC National Cybersecurity Poster Contest.


The Spring 2020 issue of Cybersecurity Quarterly includes articles highlighting the increase of workplaces going virtual and protecting the 2020 election.


Learn how macro instructions used for automation can be leveraged by cybercriminals – and what to do about it.


The Center for Internet Security (CIS) is providing recommendations for state and local election offices to invest these funds in cybersecurity initiatives.


CIS offers this white paper to help organizations understand the RABET-V process and develop mature, risk-informed software development practices.


The Winter 2019 issue of Cybersecurity Quarterly covers everything from how to stop holiday scams to lifting up the new generation of cyber professionals.


Ransomware is a type of malware that blocks access to a system, device, or file until a ransom is paid. Here are some guidelines to prevent digital damage.


This Security Event Primer provides information on general DNS operations, IDS event types, requirements for investigation, recommendations, and references.


LockerGoga is a ransomware that creates disruptive effects on industrial and manufacturing firms' networks, resulting in costly production downtime


Learn what the EI-ISAC accomplished in 2018 as it evolved from an idea to a formalized collective of election officials, cybersecurity experts, and more.


Governments are encountering malware designed to steal or mine cryptocurrency or their systems are held for ransom payable only via cryptocurrency.


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