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National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019

The 16th annual National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) affected the Non-consumers, the industry, as well as consumers in various businesses.

In addition, various organizations, government, and research institutions. The prime objective of NCSAM 2019 was to motivate everybody by taking simple, practical measures to protect their relevant information and confidential material.

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2019: topic–”Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT. “

As a result, this promoted individual responsibility and innovative personality in the areas of digital confidentiality, risk management in security, and cyber-security protection.

NCSA and CISA co-lead NCSAM in 2019 led to enormous engagement by sharing important messages and advice. Furthermore, these messages were via user-friendly information and resources.

Behavior-Focused Campaigns

NCSAM aims to change behaviors. Many firms and clients have taken remarkable steps to take part in their consumers’ innovative ways.
Major examples of this are the campaign for the EA Login Authentication.

Therefore has awarded users for MFA, new data confidentiality functionality of Google and Charts, YouTube, and Google Assistant password testing tools.
The presence of collaborators was also incredibly high, as demonstrated by the generation of 100 press communications based on NCSAM. Without this relentless engagement, the continued progress of the month will not be feasible.

Industry scope and support for federal partners

We have listed NCSAM on blogs and in newsletters by a broad number of federal and business collaborators on social media networks.

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: board members

Bank of America, Cisco, ESET, Google, LogMeIn, Microsoft, Mimecast, Raytheon, Symantec and Wells Fargo received substantial support.
In addition, AT&T, CenturyLink, Dell, Department of Defense, FBI, IBM, Lockheed Martin, McAfee, the MS-ISAC, Nasdaq, NSA, NIST, RSA and Walmart were highly committed to the month.

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Champions

The champion initiative is a means to express their commitment to groups and individuals by the promotion of a safer, secured, and trusted internet during the month. Consequently, a total of 2,477 Winners, including 1,649 association and 828 individuals, were registered by NCSA.

Advertisements for Spotify and Facebook

NCSA setup 11 Spotify NCSAM promotional ads, served 408,793 times a total of 388,161 in October.
In addition, they clicked these advertisements on a total of 2,232 times to ·

October NCSA created five NCSAM Facebook advertisements.
Further, the ads were 749,630 in reach and 7,217 times clicked to remain in

Mass coverage of media

NCSAM coverage continues to grow significantly with new topics and messages. With its clear and concise resources and study guides, partnerships, constructive news coverage, and incidents.

For instance, in September and October, these events lead to 5 billion global NCSAM views2–potentially doubling readers and reaching them from the previous year.
Furthermore, in the US alone, the 3.5-billion+ single-view stories designed for growing awareness of cybersecurity and encouraging Americans to proactively stay safe on-line.

Latest theme implementation / effect

The role each person plays in Online Safety and the vital value of preventive initiatives in order to strengthen cybersecurity has been at the heart of our message, under the umbrella of

Own IT. Safeguard IT. Defend IT.

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