In recognition of the importance of cybersecurity awareness, the President has designated October as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM). In October 2012 a variety of cyber awareness communications and materials were made available to DOE employees that address current cyber issues as well as our shared responsibility to be good online citizens.
The following information is intended to be a resource for your organization to provide your organization with the information needed to make informed planning decisions and to determine what communication methods and delivery forums will best serve your user population.
“A Case of Mistaken Identity – Beware of the Cyber Jungle.”
"Our Shared Responsibility"
Get up to speed on current cyber threats and learn how to protect your information both at work and at home.
The goal(s) of the 2009 "Takin’ It to the Streets" campaign is to educate DOE staff and contractors on cyber security fitness and how they-as end-users could potentially be affected.
The goal of the 2009 awareness day campaign is to cultivate a work environment where cyber security behaviors and responses are automatic and consistent.
The goal of the 2008 "Takin' it to the Streets" campaign is to raise awareness about security issues and best practices to protect users’ home computers as well as the Department’s assets from cyber attackers.
The goal of the 2008 awareness day campaign is to cultivate a work environment where cyber security behaviors and responses are automatic and consistent.