Threats to our computers, networks, and data is persistent and constantly changing. Sometimes these issues are intentional and sometimes they are accidental. Regardless, their impact can be devastating.
New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell
The protection of NJ citizens and organizations from cyber threats is extremely important and the New Jersey Cybersecurity & Communications Integration Cell (NJCCIC) exists to help individuals and organizations improve their digital resilience and prevent becoming victims of cyber attacks. The NJCCIC provides free timely and relevant cyber threat intelligence, training resources, and assessment guidance to help evaluate your cybersecurity posture to determine gaps and prioritize steps towards making your organization a harder to hack.
To learn more about the NJCCIC’s resources, visit cyber.nj.gov. For access to more sensitive cybersecurity threat intelligence, you can become a member of the NJCICC. Membership is free, carries no obligation, and affords further resources such as industry-specific threat updates, tailored analysis, and intelligence not intended for public consumption. Members also receive a weekly bulletin, which addresses the most critical cybersecurity concerns.
Keep up-to-date on the latest information by following the NJCCIC on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
NJCCIC Resources for:
NJCCIC Cyber Tips and Topics:
- Be Sure to Secure
- Best Practices
- Identity Theft, Fraud, and Cybercrime
- Internet Safety
- Managing Your Privacy
- State Information Security Manual [pdf 3.22 mb]
- Useful Tips
- Cyber Incidents: These reports are designed to assist the NJCCIC with developing timely alerts and intelligence products. For criminal investigations, please contact your local police department.
- Data Breach Notifications: For organizations complying with the New Jersey Identity Theft Prevention Act
- Cyber Tipline for National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Other State Resources:
- New Jersey State Police (NJSP) High Tech Crime Bureau
- NJSP Internet Safety Tips
- Safe and Ethical Use of Computers: Resources For Educators
- NJ School Security Internet Safety
- Cyberbullying [pdf 1 mb]