Arlington, Va. — Oct. 9
(ISC)2, a nonprofit provider of education and certification for information security professionals throughout their careers, has launched its online Cybersecurity Awareness Resource Center in support of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month this October.
The Cybersecurity Awareness Resource Center is an online repository that houses free security awareness tools from around the world designed to be used by any organization or individual that wishes to promote online safety at work or within their community.
It also can serve as a support tool for private and public sector organizations required to meet cybersecurity-awareness training requirements under directives such as the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and others.
The materials in the repository have been provided by (ISC)s-certified members, representing pre-eminent information security experts from corporate, government and academic arenas spanning North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.
Tools in the resource center include templates that can be customized by end-users, such as posters, fliers, brochures, presentations, games, radio broadcasts and tool kits such as the SCIPP Family Pak, a set of free security-awareness resources designed to educate home computer users around the world on secure computing practices designed to protect personal information.
SCIPP International is a global nonprofit dedicated to providing world-class security awareness training and certification for end-users.
Topics covered in the resource center include home networking security, identity theft, Internet privacy, disaster recovery, emerging security threats, mobile security, software development and secure Web site design.
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