This year’s theme is “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.” FTI Cybersecurity will promote cybersecurity awareness and safety for all organizations and individuals through articles, podcasts, and tips each week.
Week 1: Be Cyber Smart
Cybersecurity should be considered in all aspects of life: from home, to school and work, to travel and social media. Follow these tips to protect your devices, communications, information, and identity.
In this podcast episode, FTI Cybersecurity experts Nathan Mousselli, Chris Pluhar, and Ayala Maurer-Prager discuss personal cybersecurity protection. The conversation focuses on current trends and risks, as well as offering tangible advice and best practices to business leaders.
Week 2: Fight the Phish
Phishing and social engineering are the most common form of cyber attacks. According to FTI Consulting’s 2021 Resilience Barometer® survey, more than 1 in 3 respondents were negatively affected by phishing attacks in the last 12 months – up from 29% in 2020. Read more about how to protect yourself and your organization from phishing.
Week 3: Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week
In this podcast episode, FTI Consulting’s Head of Cybersecurity for the Americas, Jordan Rae Kelly, is joined by colleagues Meredith Griffanti, Sonia Cheng, and Kevin Wong to discuss their cybersecurity careers and share advice for listeners who are considering a career in cybersecurity.
Week 4: Cybersecurity First
The Transportation Security Administration recently created new cybersecurity mandates aimed at aviation industry. In this FTI Journal article, learn why airlines need to ramp up their cybersecurity defenses now.
In this video for the American Hospital Association (AHA), Jordan Rae Kelly, Head of Cybersecurity for the Americas; Matthew Modica, CISO at BJC Healthcare; and John Riggi, Senior Advisor for Cybersecurity and Risk at the AHA, discuss how hospitals can balance cybersecurity and digital transformation.
In this FTI Journal article, our Cybersecurity and Communications experts discuss why energy sector cybersecurity is essential and emphasize the need to develop robust incident response plans.
In this FTI Journal article, our Cybersecurity and Technology experts discuss how as the fintech industry rushes ahead to integrate new technologies, it’s leaving the door open for cyber attackers.