Staying safe and secure online is our shared responsibility, and it’s critical for any internet user to continually learn about and consistently practice good cybersecurity habits. This Twitter chat – coinciding with Week 1 of National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2017 – will address the top consumer cybersecurity concerns, provide simple steps to protect against these threats and teach you what to do if you fall victim to cybercrime.
When: Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017, 3:00-4:00 p.m. EDT/12:00-1:00 p.m. PDT
Moderator: STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ (@STOPTHNKCONNECT)
Guests: Better Business Bureau (@bbb_us); CyberWise (@BeCyberWise); EDUCAUSE Higher Education Information Security Council (@HEISCouncil); ESET (@ESET); Federal Trade Commission (@FTC); Get Cyber Safe (@GetCyberSafe); Herjavec Group (@herjavecgroup); Hueya (@hueyainc); Identity Theft Resource Center (@ITRCSD); iKeepSafe (@iKeepSafe); LastPass (@LastPass); Lee Kim, Director of Privacy & Security, HIMSS (@lkimcissp); Meredith Leitch, Human Resources and Communications, Intel (@mlleitch); Michelle Dennedy, Vice President & Chief Privacy Officer, Cisco (@mdennedy); PCI Security Standards Council (@PCISSC); PRIVO (@PRIVOtrust); PSafe Technology Inc. (@DFNDR); RoboForm (@roboform); Security Awareness Company (@SecAwareCo); Stacy Martin, Policy Education and Community, Intel (@StacyMoz); Sticky Password (@stickypassword); TeleSign (@TeleSign); Trusted IDs at NIST (@TrustedIDsNIST); National Cyber Security Alliance (@StaySafeOnline); additional guests TBD
Use #ChatSTC to join!