Why should you be a National Cyber Security Awareness Month champion? Being a champion is a way for you to officially show your support for National Cyber Security Awareness Month and your commitment to cybersecurity. Being a champion is easy and does not require any financial support.
Champions can include:
- Industry: companies of any size.
- Education: K-12 (including individual schools), colleges and universities, school districts, departments of education and school boards.
- Non-profit organizations: community-based, statewide, national and international, trade and professional associations.
- Government: Federal, State, Local, and Tribal including municipalities, state agencies and smaller units within state or local governments.
What Is Required of Me as a Champion?
As a champion of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, your organization will be asked to participate in NCSAM by reaching and educating customers, citizens, employees and communities through events, activities and/or other campaign distribution methods.
Get ideas in our Get Involved section and download logos, posters, web banners, and other collateral in the Promote NCSAM section.
The NCSA will display all champion logos on our website.
The 2013 National Cyber Security Awareness Month Champion program will open in the summer.