|March: Travel||February: Phishing||January: Privacy|
Week 1 - Secure Yourself at Homemarks
This Octover the 13th annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month, an annual effort led by NCSA and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security want to ensure everyone has the resources needed to stay safer, more secure and better able to protect their personal information online. Cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, and all individuals and organizations have roles to play in promoting a safer, more secure and more trusted internet.
We are excited to kick off the first week of security awareness month. For this week we are focusing on how to secure yourself at home. We have a tremendous number of resources to help you, starting with the following.
|Secure Your Home Network||Creating a Cyber Secure Home||You Are a Target|
The second week of security awareness mont we are focusing on personal and work place security. We have a tremendous number of resources to help you, starting with the following.
|Encryption||Two-Step Authentication||Target Attacks|
Week 3 - Internet Security
We are excited to kick off the third week of security awareness month. For this week we focus on Internet Security from these categories: Internet of Things, Phishing and Public Wi-Fi.
|Internet of Things (IoT)||Don't Get Hooked||How to Avoid Public WiFi Security Risks|
Week 4 - Protecting Children Online
The theme of last week of National Cyber Security Awareness Month is protecting children online. Kids have constant Internet access through a variety of devices, so we want to enable children to leverage technology safely and securly as well as becoming good digital citizens or leaders. We have a tremendous number of resources to help you, starting with the following.
|Keep Your Kids Safe Online||Securing Today's Online Kids||Computer and Internet Safety|
Remember, you are free and in fact encouraged to share these materials with others, including your family, friends and neighbors. If you have any questions about our activities in October or suggestions on how to improve our cyber security efforts, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.