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The following content was created prior to the creation of the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security by one of the entities that became part of the Cyber Centre. This content remains relevant to current discussions about cyber security.
Calculating Robustness for Boundary Controls is an UNCLASSIFIED publication, issued under the authority of the Chief, Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Suggestions for amendments should be forwarded to the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security’s (CCCS) Contact Centre.
ITSP.70.012 Guidance for Hardening Microsoft Windows 10 Enterprise is an UNCLASSIFIED publication, issued under the authority of the Chief, Communications Security Establishment (CSE). Suggestions for amendments should be forwarded to the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security’s Contact Centre.
Government of Canada Announces New National Cyber Security Strategy and the Creation of the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security
The purpose of this Information Note is to draw attention to the Government of Canada Consultation on Cyber Security.
As an employee, you’re not only privy to important and sensitive information, but you’re also responsible for protecting this information. Inadequate information technology security (ITS) practices provide cyber threat actors with an easy way to bring down your organization’s network and give them access to sensitive information. To keep threat actors out, there are some common IT security challenges you can avoid.
This document describes common concepts relevant to discussions about cyber threat activity in the Canadian context and acts as a point of reference for Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (Cyber Centre) publications. This introductory document provides baseline knowledge about the cyber threat environment, including cyber threat actors and their motivations, sophistication, techniques, tools, and the cyber threat surface.
The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (Cyber Centre) is aware of the ongoing malicious cyber activity targeting information technology (IT) managed service providers (MSPs) and has been providing advice and guidance to Canada-based MSPs and Canadian businesses who use MSP services.
"The Canadian Centre for Cyber Security has warned that foreign actors will likely try to interfere in Canadian election processes. If you’re involved in politics – as a political candidate, staffer or volunteer – you are a target. It’s vital that you take steps to protect yourself. The Cyber Centre has advice to help you protect your cyber security and deal with threats to your social media accounts.
The Top 10 Information Technology (IT) Security Actions to Protect Internet-Connected Networks and Information (ITSM.10.189) is based on the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (CCCS) analysis of cyber threat activity trends and their impact on Internet-connected networks. Organizations that implement these recommendations will address many vulnerabilities and counter most current cyber threats.