Cybersecurity Awareness Month


Be Cyber Smart

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which aims to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and to provide the resources necessary to be safer and more secure online. AFCEA is committed to providing an ethical forum for military, government, industry and academia to collaborate on cyber-related issues so that technology and strategy align.

Check out the resources below to find out how AFCEA supports cybersecurity efforts around the world, including content from SIGNAL Media, insight from the AFCEA Cyber Committee, upcoming cyber events and more.

Follow AFCEA on social media for more cyber-related content throughout the month, and use #BeCyberSmart to join the conversation. Click here to learn more about National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which is coordinated by the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cyber Security Alliance.


Cyber News from SIGNAL Media

Experts Warn of Weaponization of Personal Data

<span>Massive amounts of sensitive information on U.S.

Intelligence Inoculates Against Cyber Intruders

<span>Cyber attacks against the Defense Department and many other organizations have increased dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, but the integration of cyber threat intelligence has helped the department defend its networks, according to Col.

DISA, JAIC Developing AI-Enabled Cybersecurity Tool

The U.S. Defense Department is developing a machine learning tool that can more quickly detect cyber intrusions and enable a more rapid response.

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More AFCEA Cyber Resources

AFCEA CYBER COMMITTEE
THE CYBER EDGE FROM SIGNAL MEDIA
TECHNET CYBER 2020: NOW VIRTUAL
THE CYBER EDGE WRITING CONTEST
 

Recent White Papers from the AFCEA Cyber Committee

Effectively Integrating Cybersecurity into Enterprise Risk Management
Learn how to conduct enterprise risk management processes to benefit your organization to help all staff members and leaders understand the importance of protecting data, the lifeblood on which it thrives.

COVID-19 Compels Better NSEP Planning
The way is clear for many opportunities to establish or leverage existing public/private partnerships to build and coordinate NSEP capabilities in the United States.

See more white papers from the AFCEA Cyber Committee.