National Cybersecurity Champions!



Secure Devices at Home and Work

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month’s second week focuses on steps individuals and organizations can take to secure Internet-connected devices for personal and professional use. This year has seen significant disruptions in the way we work, learn, and socialize, driving many of these activities online. With our homes, schools, and business more connected than ever, it’s vital to “Protect It” and #BeCyberSmart.

Securing BSA’s data is the responsibility of everyone in the organization. Working together, the BSA can create a culture that focuses on cybersecurity from the National Service Center to the local council. At the national level, we are providing education, training, and awareness to each national and local council employee.

We ask that you take a moment and review the attached document on how you can secure your devices at home. Feel free to share with your family.


Take Action:

Follow STOP.THINK.CLICK. on WorkPlace to get up-to-date information about Cybersecurity Awareness.
Share this week’s STOP.THINK.CLICK. WorkPlace post to show your support for National Cybersecurity Awareness.
Discuss as a team/department/council how you can help prevent successful cyber-attacks.
Don’t forget to complete your Cybersecurity Training by Oct. 31st.


NCSAM Your digital Home 2020.pdf

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