At Salesforce, we build security into everything we do, every day. We also believe in empowering our customers and the community with the tools, education and support they need to keep our interconnected world safe and our data secure. Join us this October as we share ways you can do your part to be cyber smart!

Be Cyber Smart

Work from Anywhere

Here are some important steps you can take to protect yourself, your data, and your work in this work from anywhere environment.

Read the 360 Blog Post >

Nail the Basics

Learn how to educate your users, protect your Salesforce org, and encourage a culture of security.

Take the Security Basics Trail >

Internet Security and Building Trust

Learn about the past, present, and future of cybersecurity from Taher Elgamel, Chief Technical Officer, Security.

Listen to the Blazing Trails Podcast >

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Fight Phishing Attacks with MFA

As cyberattacks grow more common, passwords no longer provide sufficient safeguards against unauthorized account access. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) adds an extra layer of protection against threats like phishing attacks, credential stuffing and account takeovers, increasing security for your business and your customers. MFA requires a user to validate their identity with two or more forms of evidence — or factors — when they log in. One factor is something the user knows, such as their username and password combination. Other factors are verification methods that the user has in their possession.

Learn more about MFA >

Join the Conversation in the MFA Trailblazer Community >

Ready to Become an MFA Trailblazer? 

MFA is a simple, effective way to protect against cyber threats such as phishing attacks, which affect businesses everywhere. As your trusted security partner, we provide the tools to help you prioritize the security of your Salesforce environments and your customers. Ready to learn more and become an MFA expert? Complete the MFA Trailhead Quest* for a chance to win a Salesforce Admin Certification voucher!

Start the Quest >

*existing Salesforce Trailhead login required

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Explore Cybersecurity Careers and More

Careers
Security Awareness Specialist

Are you a people person who loves helping strengthen company culture? Security Awareness Specialists educate company personnel on security threats and how to defend against them.

Learn about Security Awareness Specialists >
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Cybersecurity Risk Manager

Are you a great analyzer, influencer, and problem solver? Cybersecurity Risk Managers help develop, maintain, and evaluate organizational policies and help ensure system controls meet security requirements.

Learn about Cybersecurity Risk Managers >
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Blaze Your Trail

Whether you’re a student, veteran, or just looking to change things up, the Cybersecurity Learning Hub offers free learning for companies and individuals of all levels to develop security knowledge.

Visit the Cybersecurity Learning Hub >
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More Than Software

Ready to build a rewarding career and a better future for all? Get to know our teams and see our values in action today.

Explore Salesforce Careers >
Webinar
WiCyS + Salesforce Webinar

Join us for Women in Cybersecurity's Global Webinar series! During this webinar, you’ll learn about traditional and nontraditional career paths, how to navigate the professional security landscape, and what Salesforce is doing to increase equality and representation in the industry.

Register for the Webinar >
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Camp Success Security

Join us for Camp Success Security where we'll guide you through the fundamentals of Org Security, take you through a Security Deep Dive, and ensure your account is secure with Multi-Factor Authentication. 

Register for the Event >

Raise the Security Bar:

The Salesforce Security Perspective

Video
Salesforce Saw Strength Across the Board: COO
Watch the Bloomberg Interview >
Blog Post
Nail The Basics Of Cybersecurity With Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)
Read the Forbes Article >
Blog Post
Five Ways To Secure A Work-From-Anywhere Environment
Read the Forbes Article >