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In August 2015, the MS-ISAC launched its 7th annual "Best of the Web" contest. The City of Phoenix was selected as a FINALIST in the category of local government!


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October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM)

This is the perfect time of year for individuals, businesses, and other organizations to reflect on the universe of cyber threats and to do their part to protect their networks, their devices, and their data from those threats. which is an annual campaign to raise awareness about cybersecurity. We live in a world that is more connected than ever before. The Internet touches almost all aspects of everyone’s daily life, whether we realize it or not. NCSAM is designed to engage and educate public and private sector partners through events and initiatives to raise awareness about cybersecurity, provide them with tools and resources needed to stay safe online, and increase the resiliency of the Nation in the event of a cyber incident.

In recognition of NCSAM, ISPO will be co-hosting a Lunch & Learn event with the Small Business Enterprise Program (SBEP) to raise awareness regarding the security and privacy challenges facing small and medium businesses. The event will be held at the Nina Pulliam Auditorium of the Burton Barr Library on October 25th, Noon – 1:00 p.m.

Go here to learn how to take stock of the cybersecurity health of your business!

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic violence thrives when we are silent; but if we take a stand and work together, we can end domestic violence. Throughout the month of October, help the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) to raise awareness about domestic violence and join in our efforts to end violence. Go here to find out what you can do!


Disclaimer

This information is provided as a courtesy by City of Phoenix. However, this information is intended as an introduction only, and it is up to you to make sure you take the proper steps to secure your home PC, mobile devices, and/or business. The City of Phoenix is not responsible for computers not owned by the City and cannot answer specific questions about them, nor does the City of Phoenix recommend or endorse any specific vendors, products, or services.​​​​​​​