Our goal is to help spread awareness, resources, and guidance to help keep you and your organization protected.

As you are likely aware, cyber-attacks have increased. Weak passwords, internet dangers, and vulnerabilities are being exploited. Attackers are active. With the invasion and destruction that Russia is carrying out on the people of Ukraine, we want to continue to be proactive to protect ourselves, friends, clients, and family against virtual attacks. 

Below, we have included a variety of resources, reminders about IT/Security updates, helpful articles you can leverage to protect yourself and your organization, and training/services that netlogx offers. Please feel free to share this information with friends and family. 

Please note: We are not a managed service provider (MSP) or an IT company; we’re business consulting experts with cybersecurity subject matter experts on staff. We help organizations understand what they can and should do with information, as well as building security for information, people, and process.

Resources for All People & Organizations

Regardless of whether you’re an individual looking to better protect yourself, an organization that is wanting to be compliant with regulations, somewhere in between, or both, we have resources available for you below.

Complimentary Cybersecurity Assessment

Defending your organization against cyberattacks should be a high priority, even if you’ve never been hacked before. We created the Cybersecurity Assessment for businesses and organizations that want to audit their existing setup and see how it can be improved.

Are you ready for your complimentary cybersecurity assessment? Simply fill out the questionnaire, and we’ll be in touch!

Take Complimentary Risk Assessment

Cybersecurity Resources for Individuals

While we commonly hear about cyberattacks happening at the corporate or organizational level, people can just as easily be the victims of a cyber attack. It’s critical that you remain vigilant in keeping yourself protected. Browse the resources and tips below to help keep your information safe.

According to the Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency:

Cybersecurity is the practice of protecting networks, devices, and data from unauthorized, often criminal, access. This protection helps ensure confidentiality, integrity, and the safety of your organization and clients.

While the definition of cybersecurity can get quite complicated, it’s helpful to think of these precautions as keeping your digital information in a safe that only you have the combination to. Plus, these measures help protect your organization if your data is hacked and held for ransom.

First things first, it’s imperative that you update your password security. This means ensuring your passwords are up to date; we recommend using passphrases.

  • Ex: Avoidingpotholesinthestreet
  • Use Multifactor Authentication (MFA) as an extra layer of protection
    • Token App
    • Fido Key
  • Ensure that you are updating your family/team with security awareness training
    • Think about where they are working (remote/hotels/coffee shops)
    • Share with family and friends
  • Ensure your networks are protected
    • Home
    • Work
    • School
  • Ensure your devices are updated and remember to restart them to ensure they are fully implemented
  • Use different passwords for different accounts
  • Don’t use personal information in your password (e.g., your birthdate, dog’s name, street you live on)
  • Don’t share your password or accounts with friends or colleagues

Amazon is providing businesses and individuals around the world with free access to the same cybersecurity awareness training the company’s employees use. Check it out here.

We’ve developed a basic risk assessment questionnaire to help identify where your personal security may be lacking. Take the complimentary risk assessment questionnaire and we’ll help guide you on where you can implement security measures.

Take Complimentary Risk Assessment Questionnaire

Cybersecurity Resources for Businesses

It seems like cyberattacks and hackers are constantly present in the news cycle. Attacks have become so frequent that the federal government has introduced new legislation that requires certain organizations to have cybersecurity insurance. While it can be scary dealing with these real-life threats, there are plenty of ways to protect yourself and your organization. When you have the right tools in place, you won’t have to fear a data breach!

At netlogx, we strive to be a partner in protecting your business and creating systems that are efficient, reliable, and resilient. No matter the size, location, or purpose of your organization, it’s essential to keep your data safe. Learn more about cybersecurity, insurance, and how our team can help protect your organization against unseen threats.

Below are a variety of helpful resources and articles for you to browse and access to learn more.

We’ve developed a basic risk assessment questionnaire to help identify where your security may be lacking. Take the complimentary risk assessment questionnaire and we’ll help guide you and your organization on where you can implement security measures.

Take Complimentary Risk Assessment Questionnaire

The Federal Virtual Training Environment (FedVTE) is a “completely free online cybersecurity training system for federal, state, local, tribal, and territorial government employees, contractors, and Veterans. It includes more than 800 hours of training with courses ranging from beginner to advanced.

Browse Training Resources

Amazon is also providing businesses and individuals around the world with free access to the same cybersecurity awareness training the company’s employees use.

View Amazon Training
  • OpenDNS (Domain Name Server): Ensures a secure network on home routers. We recommend downloading Open DNS and setting it up on your home network.
  • Mesh Wi-Fi
  • Update default passwords on router
  • Don’t share credentials to streaming/application accounts
  • Keep all devices up to date
  • Remain vigilant to social engineering attacks
  • Monitor what your family posts and shares on the internet
  • Invest in a Virtual Private Network (VPN) client
  • Create strong passwords
  • Install an antivirus software
  • Take advantage of Multifactor Authentication (MFA)
  • Hide your Bluetooth and disable automatic connections to networks

Defending your organization against cyberattacks should be a high priority, even if you’ve never been hacked before. Fortunately, there’s plenty you and your team can do to stay safe. netlogx offers cybersecurity consultation services and resources to help you ward off attackers. At netlogx, we believe in the ADIM framework:

  • Assess – Evaluate existing state to determine needs
  • Design – Create a plan and strategy to meet goals
  • Implement – Execute strategy
  • Manage – Sustainably manage the strategy on an ongoing basis

We’re here to help walk you through this process with your cybersecurity needs and goals. Reach out to learn more.

  • Project Spectrum: Project Spectrum is a comprehensive, cost-effective platform that provides companies, institutions, and organizations with cybersecurity information, resources, tools, and training. Their mission is to improve cybersecurity readiness, resiliency, and compliance for small/medium-sized businesses and the federal manufacturing supply chain. You can find things like online courses, trainings, Tool reviews, CMMC info, and tons of other useful stuff. It’s a great resource!
  • OpenDNS: Ensures a secure network on home routers. We recommend downloading Open DNS and setting it up on your home network.
  • Virtru: Offers data encryption for emails, file sharing, and more to better protect your files

Shields Up

While there are no specific or credible cyber threats to the U.S. homeland at this time, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is warning organizations of the potential for Russia’s destabilizing actions to impact organizations both within and beyond the region, particularly in the wake of sanctions imposed by the United States and its Allies. Every organization—large and small—must be prepared to respond to disruptive cyber activity.

CISA has launched a new Shields Up site to provide the latest guidance and information to help organizations increase their resilience to cyber attacks and protect people and property. This robust catalog of free resources will be especially helpful today, as the cybersecurity threats facing the world have increased exponentially.

Together with our partners at CISA, the State of Indiana urges organizations to maintain a heightened sense of awareness and vigilance in preserving and protecting their critical systems/infrastructure.

To report a cyberattack or a cyber-related incident, please be sure to call our State of Indiana Emergency Operations Center (EOC) watch desk at (317) 238-1751. For additional information on reporting an incident, visit the Indiana Cyber Hub website at: www.in.gov/cybersecurity/report-a-cyber-crime/.

Cybersecurity Services & Training

The goal of security is to ensure that those around you are able to implement and understand. Therefore we want to ensure our community, family and friends are safe. Below is a list of cybersecurity services & training our team offers to help keep organizations and people safe:

Cybersecurity Training Courses:

  • Cybersecurity Awareness Training
  • Home Network Security 
  • Security Management Overview
  • Security Measures – At Home
  • Social Media Privacy
  • Virtru Instructions and Best Practices 
  • Zoom Security Training

Cybersecurity Services:

Let us help!

No one wants to spend their time worrying about a cyberattack. While we are not a managed service provider, we are business consulting experts with specialized knowledge in cybersecurity. Our team will help you and your staff better understand security solutions and how to properly manage digital information.

Want to learn more or take advantage? Fill out the form below or contact us via email. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to our team for complimentary support.