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This blog post highlights the Top 10 Malware the MS-ISAC observed in February 2018 while monitoring state and local networks.


Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Pelco Sarix Professional IP cameras, the most severe of which could allow for code execution.



3/20/2018 Chicago Tribune This article discusses the launch of the CIS Controls Version 7 and includes a link to the CIS Controls webinar which was



3/20/18 Inside Cybersecurity Coverage of the launch of the CIS Controls Version 7 CIS Executive Chairman John Gilligan, CIS President & COO Steve



The CIS Controls are a prioritized set of actions any organization can follow to improve their cybersecurity posture.


This blog post highlights the release of CIS Controls Version 7 and identifies the updates which reflect the current threat landscape.


CIS Controls are updated & reviewed in collaboration with international cybersecurity experts and IT professionals in various industries.


CIS Controls are updated & reviewed in collaboration with international cybersecurity experts and IT professionals in various industries.


Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Mozilla Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR), which could allow for remote code execution.



3/16/18 Cyberscoop States have increasingly leveraged the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC) — which is run by CIS —



3/16/18 Cyberscoop The Elections Infrastructure Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAC) was announced Thursday, giving the nation’s 8,800



3/16/18 Government Computer News Coverage of Albert network monitoring pilot and the release of A Handbook for Elections Infrastructure Security



Learn what your organization should do to stay safe from tax scams through our basic tips that could minimize your chances of becoming a victim.


March 15, 2018 East Greenbush, NY Collaborative Group Led by CIS Addresses Infrastructure Needs to Complement Other Elections Security



Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in Mozilla Firefox and Firefox Extended Support Release (ESR), the most severe of which could allow for arbitrary code execution.



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