National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) is a good time for the higher education and research community to focus on their information security programs and educating students, faculty and staff. This focus brings reflections on the improvements made in the last year and planning for the next year.
Since October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, it is a great time to evaluate how the industry is protecting consumer information in the wake of the daily threat of data breaches
No one is immune to cybercrime, but it’s clear in the wake of so many highly publicized, mega data breaches that there is still a need for basic cybersecurity education. The good news is that following a few easy steps can make a big difference in your digital security.
We are living during one of the most exciting times in history, the digital revolution. As with all revolutions, there are risks, concerns and considerations. Take a moment to look around your home or office and call out the devices that are connected; it may surprise you just how many there are and what functions they are fulfilling.
As Week 2 of NCSAM 2019 begins, we want to remind you that personal accountability is key. This blog includes some tried and true tips to better safeguard your digital profile. Taking a few proactive steps will indeed help to enhance your cyber safety and security at home, at work and while out and about.
Gamification is one of the most effective methods to teach employees how to think critically (and remember what they learned), especially when it comes to seemingly complex topics like cybersecurity. This Elevate Security blog explains more...
The role of the individual is critical to countering cyberthreats and enhancing cybersecurity at home and in the workplace. Learn more in this #CyberAware article from Symantec
Although National Cybersecurity Awareness Month only comes around once a year, the importance of elevating cyber awareness and sparking discussions about how to remain cyber aware should not be contained to just a month. The reason being: digital transformation. Businesses across all industries are embracing technology at a greater speed than ever before.
During this first week of NCSAM, we will focus on what everyone needs to do to “own” – basically to keep their devices and online lives safe and secure – both at home and in the workplace. If you think about it, interconnectivity touches almost every aspect of our daily lifestyle whether at home with family and on go at school, work or out and about. While this constant connectivity offers countless possibilities for innovation and modernization, it also presents opportunities for potential cybersecurity threats that can compromise highly sensitive personal data.
Learn how to help keep your business secure with this newsletter. This month, we’re highlighting upcoming webinars and workshops, how you can get involved in National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, cybersecurity misconceptions and how taking one simple action can prevent 99.9% of account hacks.