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A discussion of the big three open source Content Management Systems:, WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, and the LAMP and WIMP stacks that they leverage.

Tony Sager highlights some of the accomplishments CIS has made over the past 20 years for creating confidence in the connected world.

The January 2021 MS-ISAC newsletter shares five tips for securing new devices along with highlighting Data Privacy Day on January 28.

CIS harnesses the power of collaboration from a community of cybersecurity experts to safeguard public and private organizations against cyber threats.

CIS has become a leader in supporting both public and private organizations in the COVID era, when many are shifting more of their workforce remote.

Despite fears of some sort of cybersecurity apocalypse during this year's presidential election, federal officials say 2020 had no meaningful interference by foreign adversaries.

The December 2020 ISAC National Webinar discussed why open source anonymizing tools exist and how to use them. The recording is now available to view.

The November 2020 MS-ISAC newsletter provides detailed guidance on what ransomware is and actions you can take to defend against it.

Election officials say working in concert with the federal Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency on cybersecurity preparations paid off.

Federal and state officials stressed with reporters, social media and in public appearances that the tallying of votes remains incomplete and unofficial.

In the months leading up to the election, the Center for Internet Security has also been rolling out new products for its EI-ISAC and MS-ISAC members.

The October 2020 MS-ISAC newsletter discusses the importance of securing a remote office and provides six suggestions to get folks started.

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

The initial key to the effort was regular sharing of intelligence and other security information, plus a reporting structure centered around the MS-ISAC.

The EI-ISAC consists of all 50 states and thousands of local election offices as members, allowing election officials to stay connected and manage risks.

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