Cybersecurity Resources

Free Resources

National Security Agency (NSA) technical how-to guides and information sheets for destroying media or security networks and computers.

National Cyber Security Alliance program helping small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) learn to be safer and more secure online.

Federal Trade Commission guide and resources for protecting small businesses.

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) The small business cybersecurity corner provides free information produced by federal agencies, including NIST and several primary contributors, as well non-profit organizations and several for-profit companies.

Federal Department of Homeland Security (DHS) guides and links to resources for small business including best practices and technical guidance.

US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US CERT) resources to help small business create or improve a cybersecurity program.

Center for Internet Security cyber newsletters. No requirement to subscribe to read current or past issues. Oriented toward the non-technical reader for news, threat awareness, and best practices.

List of websites and whether or not they support 2FA.

SANS free security awareness posters, videos, and resources.

NJ Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) is the State’s one-stop shop for cybersecurity information sharing, threat analysis, and incident reporting.

FBI’s service organization for partnership between private sector and FBI in promoting awareness and best practices against cybercrime. Open to businesses and individuals.

Center for Internet Security, Inc. is a non-profit entity that harnesses the power of a global IT community to safeguard private and public organizations against cyber threats.

CyberFlorida partnership among public universities – resources and workshops for small business awareness of cybersecurity issues.

Federal Commerce Commission tool to help a small business create a security plan.

Incident Reporting

List of federal agencies that investigate computer hacking, fraud and other internet-related crime

FBI Internet Crime Compliant Center (IC3) accepts online Internet crime complaints from either the actual victim or from a third party to the complainant.

Internet Crime Complaint Center; includes form for reporting and how-to guides to guard against being a victim. is a program created by the Cybercrime Support Network to provide assistance to both individual and small business cybercrime victims. will lead cybercrime victims through the Report, Recover and Reinforce process after an incident occurs.

Free Training

The Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE) provides free courses without login requirements.

FBI overview for areas of cybercrime with resources for training of all ages in best practices.

Cybrary provides thousands of free online Cyber Security training classes.