Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity and Safety on Your Campus and in Your Community

Wednesday, October 07 | 2:00PM–3:00PM
Session Type: Professional Development

Awareness and education are key elements of creating a culture of safety on campus. For 11 years, the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) has spearheaded National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) in October, proudly partnering with EDUCAUSE and other like-minded organizations to educate and empower everyone to be safer and more secure online. Campuses have also participated in NCSAM activities over the past decade, including Texas A&M University. Learn more about their most recent security awareness campaigns, Fight Back and What's Your Status, and how they educate students, faculty, and staff in October and year-round. At completion of this interactive discussion, attendees will understand: - How to advance higher education through a culture of cybersecurity - Driving factors that impact behavior and how to effectively reach diverse audiences -How to access and best utilize community resources and implement effective awareness programs


  • Allison Oslund

    Texas A&M IT Product Strategy and Communication, Texas A&M University
  • Sue Traxler

    Assistant Chancellor for Learning and Information, University of Wisconsin-Stout

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