STOP. THINK. CONNECT. is the global online safety education and awareness campaign to help all digital citizens stay safer and more secure online.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month
Observed each October, NCSAM is a time to learn ways to stay safe and secure online.
Data Privacy Day
Recognized annually on January 28, DPD is an international effort to recognize the importance of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust.
RE: Cyber
RE: Cyber is an initiative dedicated to CEO and board cybersecurity risk management with a purpose to ascertain cyber risk to their companies.
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Tax season is primetime for cyber thieves and online scams. Learn how to spot cyber tricks, take proactive online safety steps and get help if you fall victim to tax identity theft.
Consider taking these actions to create a culture of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust in your organization.
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Feb 15, 2017
The National Cyber Security Alliance is thrilled to accept the 2017 SC Magazine Editor’s Choice Award. This award is part of the SC Awards, honoring the achievements of companies and information security professionals striving to safeguard businesses, customers and critical data in North America.
Feb 14, 2017
You may know what your kids should be doing to be safer online, but do you know how to talk to them about their online lives in a wa ythat resonates? Join @RSAConference and @STOPTHNKCONNECT live from RSAConference for a conversation about best practices for teaching kids about online safety, security and privacy in an always-on connected world, or theInternet of Me. Share stories about what has worked for you and get tips on how you can have effective conversations that move beyond just cyber rules to real-life online experiences, build trust and teach kids to think critically about their behaviors and how they can be safe, secure and ethical digital citizens.
Feb 13, 2017
And while the shortfall of talent is growing, the percentage of women in information security is shrinking. But bad news is not the whole story, nor is it a fixed destination. Interacting with the people who are just coming into this industry has been a tremendous source of hope and inspiration for guest blogger Lysa Myers, security researcher at ESET.
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