There are many good resources to learn about or apply cybersecurity solutions that meet your specific needs.
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Here are some useful links to start your exploration:
- NIST has a tremendous number of useful publications, from describing how the technology works to how to implement it in a secure manner, and how to assess the security of a deployment.
- The NSA CCC works with industry, interagency, and international partners to harden the U.S. Defense Industrial Base, operationalize NSA’s unique insights on nation-state cyber threats, jointly create mitigations guidance for emerging activity and chronic cybersecurity challenges, and secure emerging technologies.
- The DoD Cyber Exchange provides access to publicly releasable cyber training and guidance to all Internet users.
- CISA is the operational lead for federal cybersecurity and the national coordinator for critical infrastructure security and resilience.
- The CSIAC is a component of the U.S. Department of Defense’s Information Analysis Center (IAC) enterprise. Here’s one of my favorite charts put together by the CSIAC: Build and Operate a Trusted DoDIN. If you have questions about this chart, reach out to me via the Contact page and we can discuss how it may apply to your use case.
- OWASP is a nonprofit foundation that works to improve the security of software
- SANS provides training to empower cyber security professionals with the practical skills and knowledge they need to make our world a safer place.
- (ISC)² is an international, nonprofit membership association for information security leaders. (ISC)² is committed to helping members learn, grow and thrive.