NCSAMNational Cyber Security Awareness Month
NCSAMNational Campus Safety Awareness Month (King of Prussia, PA)
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org--A user-friendly site provides a wealth of information focused on educating Americans and foster participation in NCSAM with materials for the month.
Individuals and companies and organizations of all sizes can show their support for NCSAM by becoming a Champion.
However, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), the primary drivers of NCSAM, coordinate to shed a brighter light in October on what home users, schools, businesses and governments need to do in order to protect their computers, children, and data.
In honor of NCSAM, RSA Conference recently posted new cyber safety videos on their website that share tips with parents and kids about safe and responsible Internet practices.
As a leader of managed email and Web security, MX Logic will work with NCSA during NCSAM to not only advocate the importance of implementing strong, reliable security services but to also spotlight the importance of end user education.
More than 500 NCSAM Champions will play an active role in sharing important cybersecurity messages with their local communities, corporations, governments and individuals internationally.
Ready, Set, Get #CyberAware Under the umbrella theme of "Our Shared Responsibility," NCSAM 2015 will explore five weekly themes addressing a cross section of cybersecurity issues.
In an effort to increase cybersecurity awareness and education, Webroot encourages participating in NCSAM this October.
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Cyber Security Alliance founded and now lead NCSAM.
Already, more than 200 Champions are on board and ready to make this NCSAM the most far-reaching month yet.
The continued success and growth of NCSAM show that more Americans understand that our increasing digital connectivity also makes us increasingly vulnerable," said Michael Kaiser, executive director of NCSA.