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Get Involved in NCSAM 2016 Infographic
Get involved this October and empower our global digital society to use the Internet safely and securely. Here's how to get started:
Stop.Think.Connect.: The Basic Steps to Online Safety and Security
Staying safer and more secure online starts with Stop.Think.Connect. - it's simple, actionable advice everyone can follow. Stop: make sure security measures are in place. Think: about the consequences of your actions and behaviors online. Connect: and enjoy the Internet.
From the Break Room to the Boardroom: Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity in the Workplace
Week 2 will focus on creating a culture of cybersecurity in the workplace through efforts like employee education, training and awareness and by emphasizing risk management, resistance and resilience.
Recognizing and Combating Cybercrime
Spotlighting awareness of the different types of cybercrime, week 3 will offer steps people can take to better protect themselves and address how law enforcement and others can collaborate to combat this critical issue.
Our Continuously Connected Lives: What's Your "Apptitude"?
The Internet is evolving from a network to which individuals connect into a network that connects everything to the individual. As our digital world expands, creating these cutting-edge technologies in a safe and secure way is essential. Week 4 will examine our future in this interconnected world and provide strategies for security, safety and privacy.
Building Resilience in Critical Systems
The Internet underlies nearly every aspect of our everyday lives and helps form our critical infrastructure, which keeps crucial systems like electricity, transportation and communications up and running. October 31 will emphasize the importance of critical infrastructure and highlight the roles the public can play in keeping it secure.
Cuyahoga County Security Department Featured in the Wall Street Journal
"For Jeremy Mio, security and research manager for Cuyahoga County, Ohio, the main focus is on protecting the county’s computer networks, which means not only watching what the approximately 8,000 to 10,000 employees are doing but making sure members of the public that access the system are not trying to perpetrate any mischief."
Click here to read the article.
2015 Survey Honors Most Innovative, Pioneering Digital Counties
Cuyahoga County won 10th place in the 500,000 or more population category commemorating multiple IT efforts such as county wide consolidation, cyber Security, regional collaboration, and more. Click here for the press release.
Cuyahoga County, OH honored as best in the nation for Cyber Security!