Community Resources

Listed on this page are select infrastructure protection and cyber security education and training resources that we feel would be of value to you and your organization. We will list the newest additions at the top of the page.


Iowa Cyber Hub – Cybersecurity Training

It seems like several of us are working from home now to keep our physical selves safe. Have you ever considered the safety of your organization’s information though? There are several quick, easy ways to ensure cyber security from your couch. This video series will guide you through different ways to keep your information, data and technology safe, while you’re diligently adjusting to the new work environment.

Visit the Iowa Cyber Hub Page

UL Health and Safety Online Courses

UL’s workplace health and safety course library offers self-paced training that is engaging, consistent and measurable. To see a list of courses relevant to “getting back to work” after COVID-19, click here: PureSafety On Demand. COVID-19

Harvard University Belfer Center: Defending Digital Democracy

Directed by Eric Rosenbach, the Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P) aims to identify and recommend strategies, tools, and technology to protect democratic processes and systems from cyber and information attacks. By creating a unique and bipartisan team comprised of top-notch political operatives, experts in technology, and leaders in the cyber and national security world, D3P intends to offer concrete solutions to an urgent problem.

Foreign nations and non-state actors are not backing down in their efforts to hack systems, alter the outcome, and undermine confidence in our elections. The Defending Digital Democracy Project will help institutions fortify themselves against these attacks by:

  • Developing solutions to share important threat information with technology providers, governments, political organizations;
  • Providing election administrators, election infrastructure providers, campaign organizations and leaders involved in democratic processes with practical “playbooks” to improve their cybersecurity;
  • Developing strategies for how the United States and other democracies can credibly deter hostile actors from engaging in cyber and information operations;
  • Assessing emerging technologies, such as blockchain, that may improve the integrity of systems and processes vital to elections and democracy;
  • Convening civic, technology, and media leaders to develop best practices that can shield our public discourse from adversarial information operations.

Visit the Belfer Center: Defending Digital Democracy

Global Resilience Institute at Northeastern University

Based at Northeastern University in Boston, MA, the Global Resilience Institute’s (GRI) research and educational mission is to develop and deploy practical and innovative tools, applications, and skills that drive social and technical changes, which strengthen the capacity of individuals, communities, systems, and networks to adapt to an increasingly turbulent world.

Launched in 2017, GRI is the world’s first university-wide institute to respond to the resilience imperative. Today, GRI undertakes multi-disciplinary resilience research and education efforts that draw on the latest findings from network science, health sciences, coastal and urban sustainability, engineering, cybersecurity and privacy, social and behavioral sciences, public policy, urban affairs, business, law, game design, architecture, and geospatial analysis.

GRI works in close partnership with industry, government, communities, and non-governmental organizations, as well as engages in external outreach to inform, empower, and scale bottom-up efforts that contribute to individual and collective resilience.

Visit GRI at Northeastern University