#CyberAware is a new monthly newsletter for parents from the National Cyber Security Alliance.This month, we’re sharing resources to help you spring-clean your digital life and keep better password habits along with recent family online safety news.
The National Cyber Security Alliance consulted its privacy advisory committee about the need for more research on privacy. Our committee members identified two youth-focused topics that deserve more attention – privacy education in schools and the privacy implications of new connected toys.
May 5 is World Password Day (#PasswordDay), an annual effort to encourage safe password practices. This year’s theme is multi-factor authentication (MFA) – also called two-factor authentication (2FA) or two-step verification – which allows you to add an extra layer of security to your online activities. This #ChatSTC Twitter chat discussed multi-factor authentication and how you can keep your online accounts safer and more secure.
Every time your organization wants to add a new behavior, first ask why.
During the week of May 1-6, the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will recognize and honor the critical and life-altering contributions of America’s mom and pop shops, manufacturing enterprises, Main Street retailers and entrepreneurs during National Small Business Week.
Microsoft and New America recently partnered to host an event on women and the cybersecurity field.
There are plenty of good reasons to get your high school diploma as an adult. But before you start looking into your options, make sure you know how to spot a diploma scam.