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Digital Security: Resources at the Ready

Digital Security 101 and 201 recommend best practices for protecting data in restaurants.
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Digital Security 101 and 201 recommend best practices for protecting data in restaurants.

Phishing, ransomware, “denial of service” attacks, and malware are only a few of the ways cyberthieves attempt to access and steal valuable data. Recovery is expensive—financially and in loss of reputation.

The National Institute for Standards and Technology (NIST) developed the Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity with version 1.0 in 2014 and updated to version 1.1 in 2018.

The National Restaurant Association adapted this NIST Cybersecurity Framework 1.1 version specifically for the restaurant industry in Digital Security 201, sponsored by Dell Technologies.

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