Cybersecurity Awareness Month is Over… Now What?

While 2022 Cybersecurity Awareness Month “officially” ends today, keeping ourselves and our organizations safe from cyber threats is a year-round responsibility.

The unfortunate reality is with the end of the October most organizations will most likely pack up their security awareness materials for the year and move to the November’s themes.

But, as we know from first-hand experience and daily headlines, threat actors don’t take any time off. That’s why keeping cybersecurity top-of-mind needs to be a personal and professional priority all year round, especially with the holiday shopping season right around the corner.

With that in mind, the resources our Cybersecurity Team has compiled for 2022 Cybersecurity Awareness Month will be available year-round, and we encourage you to take a few minutes to review/share them again—both today and as necessary throughout the year. 

Our Latest Cybersecurity Resources

Below, you can find links to educational resources covering top cybersecurity concerns, best practices and industry-specific challenges.

Video Series: What Are the Top Cybersecurity Questions of 2022?

This series of short videos cover topics including business email compromise, callback phishing campaigns, strengthening multi-factor authentication measures and third-party risk management.

View the Video Series

Whitepaper: Qualifying for Cyber Insurance in 2022

Learn about key requirements and security controls organizations must have in place before an insurance company will consider underwriting a cybersecurity insurance policy.

Download the Whitepaper 

Guide: Automotive Dealerships and the FTC Safeguards Rule Deadline

Keep up to date with the new compliance requirements outlined by the updated FTC Safeguards Rule for automotive dealerships’ information security programs. 

Download the Guide

Infographic: 10 Steps Contractors Can Take to Reduce Cyber Attacks

Review ten key steps contractors can take to bolster cyber defenses and reduce cybersecurity attacks.

Download the Infographic

Schneider Downs Cybersecurity Articles

Get the latest insights and thought leadership on trending cybersecurity news and current events from our cybersecurity team.

Explore the Articles

Schneider Downs Cybersecurity Resource Library

Explore our robust cybersecurity resource library of infographics, quick reference charts, original articles, multimedia, whitepapers and webinar replays. 

Explore the Library

CISA Cybersecurity Awareness Month Public Toolkit

Download the 2022 CISA Cybersecurity Awareness Month toolkit that includes several tools and resources focused on cybersecurity basics and best practices.

Download the Kit

If you have any questions or are looking for resources on another topic please feel free to contact the team at [email protected].

About Schneider Downs Cybersecurity

The Schneider Downs cybersecurity practice consists of expert practitioners offering a comprehensive set of information technology security services, including penetration testing, intrusion prevention/detection review, ransomware security, vulnerability assessments and a robust digital forensics and incident response team. In addition, our Digital Forensics and Incident Response teams are available 24x7x365 at 1-800-993-8937 if you suspect or are experiencing a network incident of any kind.

To learn more, visit our dedicated Cybersecurity page or contact the team at [email protected]

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