As October arrives on Sunday, Wisconsin’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month kicks off. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs, ReadyWisconsin will provide a series of best practices and tips for strengthening your cybersecurity defenses.
“We need to understand cyber hygiene on a personal and organizational level, and practice it or accept the consequences of bad cyber actors intent on crime, theft, damage to reputations, and destabilization of routine operations,” says Maj. Gen. Don Dunbar, Wisconsin’s adjutant general and Homeland Security Advisor.
“Simply performing basic cyber hygiene on a continual basis can dramatically reduce your chances of intrusions and attacks from impacting you, said David Cagigal, chief information officer with the Wisconsin Department of Administration’s Division of Enterprise Technology.
Visit http://readywisconsin.wi.gov for more information.