The National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCSA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to making the world a safer and more connected place.
They promote safe technology usage and educate everyone on how to best protect ourselves, our families, and our businesses against cybercrime. To enhance their message and develop a broader “digital” good, they form solid collaborations with governments and enterprises.
The (NCSA), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in the United States was created in 2001.
NCSA collaborates with a wide range of government, corporate, and civil society sectors. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency of the United States Department of Homeland Security is NCSA’s major government partner.
Cyber Security Awareness Month (October), Data Privacy Day (Jan. 28), and CyberSecure My Business are among the NCSA’s main initiatives.
The NCSA and the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS) created Cybersecurity Awareness Month in October 2004 as a wide effort to assist all Americans stay safer and more secure online. When Cybersecurity Awareness Month initially started, the focus was on providing recommendations such as upgrading antivirus software twice a year.
The Cybersecurity Awareness Month has increased in reach and involvement since the combined efforts of the NCSA and DHS began. The month-long endeavor, which began as a grassroots effort, has evolved to encompass a variety of industry partners that engage their customers, workers, and the general public in awareness, as well as college campuses, organizations, and other groups.
In the resource, we will place events and webinars organized by (or in association with) the National Cybersecurity Alliance.
As well as the events listed below, the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCSA) will also be at RSA.