National Cybersecurity Society (NCSS)

The National Cybersecurity Society (NCSS) is committed to improving the online safety and security of the small business community through education, awareness and advocacy. As a 501(3)(c) organization, the NCSS uses funds from charitable donations, grants and membership fees to develop educational materials, weekly cyber tips, webinars, videos and conferences. The organization’s goal is to enable and empower small and medium sized businesses to obtain cybersecurity services; assist them in understanding their cyber risk; and advise them on the type of protection needed.

ISAO Services and Capabilities

  • Collect and disseminate information or resources for:
    • Cybersecurity best practices
    • Threats, Scams, Vulnerabilities
    • Educational tools for small business
    • How-to-guides on cybersecurity
    • Collect and disseminate information for protection, response, recovery
  • Analysis for:
    • Relevant information and trends affecting small business
    • Disseminating threat intelligence through weekly bulletins
  • Host a secure online method for:
    • Report incidents to DHS
    • Access to technical expertise through our “Ask-an-Expert”
    • Access to victim services
    • Access to discounted products and services
    • Access to a library of resources and citations
    • Platform for sharing
  • Additional services for members: