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European Cyber Security Month 2014 – get involved!

The European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) 2014 team is inviting public and private sector organisations interested in Network and Information Security to get involved in this year’s activities.

Published on March 31, 2014

For this October the community pinpointed on the agenda the following weekly NIS topics:

  • 1st  week: Cyber security exercises, targeting technical expertise;
  • 2nd week: PC and mobile security protection and updates, targeting all digital users;
  • 3rd  week: Coding,  targeting students 
  • 4th  week: Training employees, targeting  public and private organizations
  • 5th  week: ePrivacy, targeting all digital users

 

Background:

European Cyber Security Month is an EU campaign that takes place in October. ECSM aims to promote cyber security awareness among citizens. The campaign has the objective of modifying perceptions of cyber threats in everyday life - at work, or when online privately.  It also aims to provide updated security information through education, good practices and competitions.

For more information: European Cyber Security Month 2013

ECSM 2013 evaluation report

Who are we working with? Partners from 2013


Next Steps:

  • ECSM website updates www.cybersecuritymonth.eu 
  • Kick-off event this October in Brussels
  • October Month: Network and Information Security activities throughout Europe
  • Evaluation meeting and ECSM reporting

 

Network and Information Security stakeholders are invited to get involved! For more information, one can follow the dedicated Twitter account (@CyberSecMonth) or write to stakeholderrelations [at] enisa.europa.eu

 

 

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