ADL's commitment to Jewish institutional security is a core part of our mission. We have created a comprehensive security manual designed to help Jewish institutions be safe and secure while maintaining an open and welcoming environment.
ADL’s National Communal Security Committee, which consists of volunteers from around the country with considerable expertise in security operations, consulting, technology, risk assessment, and vulnerabilities, provides guidance to ADL professionals on security issues affecting the Jewish community. In the coming weeks and months, this site will feature short articles, commentary, and helpful guidance from members of the Committee on a wide range of issues, including training, education, target hardening, and other security best practices for Jewish institutions.
Here are some tips from ADL's National Communal Security Committee to protect yourself and your institution from some of the more prevalent cyber related crimes.
For more information and resources, including requests for security training or to sign up to receive ADL’s Security Bulletins and Alerts, please contact your local ADL regional office.