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In January 2019, the top 10 malware activity increased 61% from December 2018. This made up 52% of notifications sent, a decrease of 10% from December 2018.

Best practices for cybersecurity, such as those outlined in the consensus-based CIS Controls, can safeguard organizations against data breaches.

CIS will network with other industry experts, speak to members, and come back from RSA ready to implement better cybersecurity solutions for all.

Implement the CIS Controls best practices in cloud environments with a new companion guide, and help us build the next guide for IoT security.

Smart devices need smart security. Read this blog post to learn how you can keep IoT devices secure.

CIS Controls Self-Assessment Tool (CSAT) is a free web application tool that tracks and prioritizes the implementation of the CIS Controls.

CIS-CAT Pro Dashboard v1.1.5 allows CIS SecureSuite Members to clearly and quickly see how their assessment results score against the CIS Controls.

CIS releases two CIS Hardened Images for AWS: Ubuntu Linux 18.04 and Amazon Linux 2. Organizations use CIS Hardened Images to implement cloud security.

The top 10 Malware decreased by 7% from November to December 2018 and it made up 62% of malware notifications sent, a decrease of 1% from October 2018.

Learn how a Sr Technican Product Manager helps suppot our mission of securing the connected world by collaborating with a global community of cyber experts.

The CIS Controls have been relied upon for years to help organizations prioritize and implement security best practices. Share your feedback on V7.

Have you ever wondered how CIS decides which products to develop? Rather than reinvent the wheel, we look to others for ideas and insights.

CISOs are responsible for protecting an organization from diverse cyber threats. Learn what one CISO is resolving to do for 2019.

With cyber incidents on the rise, we asked our C-level experts what they think we’ll see as cybersecurity trends in 2019.

The top 10 malware remained steady from October 2018 to November 2018 and made up 63% of malware notifications sent to the MS-ISAC.

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