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COVID-19 Cybersecurity

This page is to serve as a resource for Oklahoma to find cybersecurity information related to the COVID-19 virus. Please check back as this page will be updated often.

Oklahoma Cybersecurity Alliance encourages you to report any suspicious cyber activity to Oklahoma CyberCommand at here. 

Resources


Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Intelligence Agency (CISA): Coronavirus

Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Intelligence Agency (CISA): Telework Guidance and Resources

Department of Defense: Coronavirus Rumor Control

Federal Trade Commission (FTC): Coronavirus

MITRE ATT&CK: MITRE ATT&CK Matrix

MS-ISAC: News and Resources

NINJIO: Remote Work Security Awareness Training

Oklahoma Cybersecurity Alliance: Cybersecure Your Home

Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group (OMAG): COVID-19 Resource Center

Intel on COVID-19 Malware


Bitdefender: Coronavirus Phishing Scams Exploit Misinformation

Bitdefender: New Router DNS Hijacking Attacks

CISA: COVID-19 Exploited by Malicious Cyber Actors

CISA: APT Groups Target Healthcare and Essential Services

Cyberscoop: Teleconference Meetings Vulnerable to Hijacking

CNET: Fake coronavirus tracking apps are really malware that stalks you

Department of Justice: Department of Justice Announces Disruption of Hundreds of Online COVID-19 Related Scams

FBI: Public Service Announcement on COVID-19 Scams

FBI: Cyber Actors Take Advantage of COVID-19 Pandemic to Exploit Increased Use of Virtual Environments

Microsoft: Open-sourcing new COVID-19 threat intelligence

Google Threat Analysis Group: Findings on COVID-19 and online security threats

Talos: COVID-19 relief package provides another platform for bad actors

ZDNet: COVID-19 malware that will wipe your PC and rewrite your MBR

Security Tips for Organizations


CrowdStrike: Cybersecurity in the time of COVID-19: Keys to Embracing (and Securing) a Remote Workforce

NIST: Security for Enterprise Telework, Remote Access, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Solutions (PDF)

CISA: Risk Management for Novel Coronavirus

Security Tips for Personnel Working Remotely


OMES - Enabling iPhone Updates on a Personal Device

              Enabling Android Updates on a Personal Device

   Enabling Mac OS Updates on a Personal Computer

   Enabling Windows Updates on a Personal Computer

Cyber Readiness Institute: Securing A Remote Workforce

NCSA: NCSA Tipsheet – Best Practices for Remote Workers

NCSA: NCSA Statement on Coronavirus

NIST: Telework Security Basics

NIST: Preventing Eavesdropping and Protecting Privacy on Virtual Meetings

Avoiding COVID-19 Cyber Threats and Scams


CISA: Defending Against COVID-19 Cyber Scams

FTC: Tips for Avoiding Coronavirus Scams

FTC: Coronavirus Scams, Part 2

Microsoft: Protecting against coronavirus themed phishing attacks