A repository of free tools and services to help businesses prevent, identify, and respond to harmful attacks more efficiently, as well as enhance their overall security posture has been published by The US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA).
The “Free Cybersecurity Services and Tools” resource portal includes 101 CISA services, open-source utilities, and other implements. To maximize resilience, such as patching software security flaws, enforcing multi-factor authentication, and putting an end to bad practices, CISA launched the latest series.
- CISA launched 101 open-source free security tool and services.
- The resource portal is named “Free Cybersecurity Services and Tools”
- CISA also started a “Shields Up” campaign earlier this week.
It also started a “Shields Up” campaign earlier this week, warning enterprises in the United States about the dangers of cyber-attacks, which may interrupt key services and have public-safety implications.
According to CISA, malicious actors may employ strategies including misinformation, disinformation, and misinformation to change public opinion and can also destroy trust, and magnify division, which can have ramifications across different sectors.