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Introducing a Powerful Free Cybersecurity App for State Leaders

Introducing a powerful free cybersecurity app for state leaders. The app was created by Resolute CyberStrategies in partnership with the NCC to provide cybersecurity best practices and resources for state elected officials and their staff.

Hey State Leaders: You’re invited to our text message course

In addition to our live briefings in each state, we’d love to invite you to improve your cyber practices through a free, executive text message course. You’ll get just one text message per day sent over the course of five days, and it should take no more than 2-5 minutes per day to get through. Each day you’ll get a text with tips and a short action to take to help make you more cyber-safe as a state leader. We’ll cover everything from multi-factor identification to why encryption matters. All you have to do is text back! 
 
Curious to give it a try? Sign up now in seconds: https://ncc.arist.co/courses/60f47c163927130bbb8f8aa7
 
We have included a quick video on how easy the sign up is HERE.
 
For any questions or support, please email cyberforstateleaders@cyber-center.org

The nationwide training curriculum will prepare lawmakers and statehouse staff to be vigilant against cyber threats by offering a deep dive into:

Deploy Multi-Factor Authentication
Update your software
Passwords must be strong
Encrypt your files
Don’t click on things you shouldn’t

Resources from Google

Protect your account with 2-Step Verification

With 2-Step Verification (also known as two-factor authentication), you add an extra layer of security to your account in case your password is stolen. After you set up 2-Step Verification, you’ll sign in to your account in two steps using:

  • Something you know, like your password
  • Something you have, like your phone

Find, lock, or erase a lost Android device

If you lose an Android phone or tablet, or Wear OS watch, you can find, lock, or erase it. If you’ve added a Google Account to your device, Find My Device is automatically turned on. Learn how to make sure that your device can be found if it gets lost.

The nationwide training curriculum will prepare lawmakers and statehouse staff to be vigilant against cyber threats by offering a deep dive into:

Deploy Multi-Factor Authentication
Update your software
Passwords must be strong
Encrypt your files
Don’t click on things you shouldn’t

Introducing a Powerful Free Cybersecurity App for State Leaders

Introducing a powerful free cybersecurity app for state leaders. The app was created by Resolute CyberStrategies in partnership with the NCC to provide cybersecurity best practices and resources for state elected officials and their staff.

Hey State Leaders: You’re invited to our text message course

In addition to our live briefings in each state, we’d love to invite you to improve your cyber practices through a free, executive text message course. You’ll get just one text message per day sent over the course of five days, and it should take no more than 2-5 minutes per day to get through. Each day you’ll get a text with tips and a short action to take to help make you more cyber-safe as a state leader. We’ll cover everything from multi-factor identification to why encryption matters. All you have to do is text back! 
 
Curious to give it a try? Sign up now in seconds: https://ncc.arist.co/courses/60f47c163927130bbb8f8aa7
 
We have included a quick video on how easy the sign up is HERE.
 
For any questions or support, please email cyberforstateleaders@cyber-center.org

Resources from Google

Protect your account with 2-Step Verification

With 2-Step Verification (also known as two-factor authentication), you add an extra layer of security to your account in case your password is stolen. After you set up 2-Step Verification, you’ll sign in to your account in two steps using:

  • Something you know, like your password
  • Something you have, like your phone

Find, lock, or erase a lost Android device

If you lose an Android phone or tablet, or Wear OS watch, you can find, lock, or erase it. If you’ve added a Google Account to your device, Find My Device is automatically turned on. Learn how to make sure that your device can be found if it gets lost.