You can play a powerful role in helping your local community be safer and more secure online. The National Cyber Security Alliance has a library of free materials, tools and information that can be used to easily teach online safety at home, at work or in your community. You can commit 10 minutes or 10 years to the cause. To make it easy, we have included a few suggestions to get you started.
A generous and extensive network of Fortune 500 corporations, educational and professional institutions, foundations and individuals support NCSA. Through the resources they provide, our Sponsors are helping NCSA create and implement broad-reaching cybersecurity education and awareness programs to help encourage a culture of cybersecurity. Learn more about our sponsorship opportunities to support NCSA in its mission.
The Champion program is a way to officially show your support for cybersecurity awareness. NCSA has two opportunities to become a Champion: Data Privacy Day (January 28); and Cybersecurity Awareness Month (October). Becoming a Champion is easy and does not require any financial support. Learn how you can become a Champion today.
Everyone can make a difference during Cybersecurity Awareness Month. Whether you have a minute, an hour or a day – or all month long – check out ways you can participate and support Cybersecurity Awareness Month on social media, at home, at work or school and in the community.
You can get involved at home, at work and in your community. Take action, help create a culture of privacy and support Data Privacy Day’s theme of respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust. Learn how you can get involved in Data Privacy Day.