Security Training and Resources

 

Training for emergency situations can make the difference between life and death. Situations evolve quickly and KNOWING what to do can save lives. The Jewish Federation of Edmonton offers ongoing training for Jewish organizations and groups throughout Edmonton. Contact Tal Toubiana, to register for upcoming training, book a vulnerability assessment or consult.

 

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Social Media Awareness: Social Media is increasingly being used to obtain personal information and commit cybercrimes, posing a threat to individuals and organizations. The best way to prevent attacks is to practice smart social media habits and monitor posts. Learn More 

 

How to Stop a Phishing Scam: Phishing attacks are one of the most common forms of cybercrime and are a critical threat to any organization, especially as social engineering attacks become more sophisticated and difficult to identify. The best way to prevent a phishing attack is to know how to identify a phishing email. Learn More 

 

Cyber Safety and Security in the age of COVID-19: With respect to the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19), an increasing number of organizations are moving to virtual environments, to include teleworking and work from home options. This has spurred questions and concerns related to cyber safety as well as security. Learn More 

 

Video Conference Best Practices: As many Jewish organizations transition events to online forums, internet-hosted events, and remote working, SCN has compiled the best-practice tips, specific to the Zoom Video Conference Platform, to assist organizations and event sponsors in providing a safe and welcoming virtual space. Other platforms may have similar capabilities. Learn More 

 

How to Prevent Zoom Bombing: As the coronavirus pandemic has led to more people spending time at home and conducting school and business online, an increasing focus has been placed on certain technologies and their ability to facilitate hate and harassing. Learn More

 

Facility Closure Guidance: In response to COVID-19 and with many Jewish agency facilities closing, canceling or postponing events, remotely working, and supporting our communities in unique ways, this information can help provide some simple crime prevention tips and best practices through low cost/no cost measures. Learn More

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Current content features training from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, SCN, FEMA, C.E.R.T, CIJA and other private sector partners.