There's no excuse for not taking web security seriously, especially during National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM), which officially kicks off on October 1. If you and your online business are ready to take the next step in cybersecurity, check out these five website security recommendations for any company.
Are we doing all we should to educate ourselves and our children about how to be safe online? The best step in the right direction is to mark your calendar for every day in October and get ready to participate in National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2015 is only two weeks away, and consumers, businesses, educational institutions, nonprofits and government organizations can all play a role in promoting a safer, more secure and more trusted Internet. In this #ChatSTC Twitter chat, we’ll discuss what #CyberAware Month is all about, what's coming up this October and how you can learn more and get involved.
There are only two weeks until the 12th annual NCSAM, and NCSA and our partners around the world are gearing up for a large-scale effort to grow digital citizens' awareness of the steps they can take to protect themselves and others online.
As school goes back in session at colleges and universities around the country, if you are like most students you are thinking about new supplies and technology, class schedules, professors and friends. Something you should also consider adding to this list is privacy. Privacy isn't only about keeping things secret; it's about putting your best foot forward, only sharing information you want to share and owning your online presence. This #ChatDPD discussed the many ways in which college students can manage their privacy as they embark on a new year.