October: National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Filed under Cybersecurity on September 25, 2017.

Every year since 2003 October has been recognized as National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). This effort was brought to life through a collaboration between the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (https://www.dhs.gov/national-cyber-security-awareness-month) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (https://staysafeonline.org/ncsam/).

NCSAM was created to ensure that every individual stays safe and secure online.

The University of Florida Police Department will be working with various community and campus partners throughout October to offer classes and workshops to help our community be safe on-line. Visit our Facebook page @UFPublicSafety for more information on the classes and how to register.

Week 1:

In Partnership with Peaceful Paths and the Office of Victim Services

Open to the public but priority will be given to UF and Shands students, staff, and Faculty.

Week 2:

In Partnership with UF Information Security-Information Technology

Must be a UF or Shands student, staff, or faculty for this class.

Mornings Class: https://mytraining-ufshands.sumtotal.host/core/pillarRedirect?relyingParty=LM&url=app%2Fmanagement%2FLMS_ActDetails.aspx%3FActivityId%3D35968
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Afternoon Class: https://mytraining-ufshands.sumtotal.host/core/pillarRedirect?relyingParty=LM&url=app%2Fmanagement%2FLMS_ActDetails.aspx%3FActivityId%3D35969
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Week 3: Open Week

Week 4:

Open to the public but priority will be given to UF and Shands students, staff, and Faculty.

For more information about any of these classes please email Sgt. Tim Peck at tpeck@ufl.edu or by phone at 352-273-3300.