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Developing an Awareness Program
Introduction
Developing a security awareness program can be a daunting task. So we've provided some resources that might make life easier for you, and some references to documents that discuss how to establish a good program.

Featured Links

  • OnGuard Online Games
    Feeling up for a challenge? Then test your cyber smarts with one - or all - of OnGuard Online's interactive quizzes on everything from spam and spyware to phishing and file-sharing. Want to grab the games to post them on your own site?  Click the game you want to play, hit "Grab It" and cut and paste the code.
 
  • Consumer Reports Guide to Online Security
    Consumers Union (CU) is an expert, independent, nonprofit organization whose mission is to work for a fair, just, and safe marketplace for all consumers and to empower consumers to protect themselves. The organization has established an online resource to help consumers navigate the world of cyber insecurity.
 
  • EDUCAUSE Computer Security Awareness Video Contest 
    24 downloadable videos including the winner and runners-up.
    Terms of Use: The authors/creators of the winning videos retain copyright to their productions. Permission is granted for educational, noncommercial uses of these files, provided that each is identified as being a winning entry in the Security Awareness Video Contest sponsored by the EDUCAUSE/Internet2 Computer and Network Security Task Force and the National Cyber Security Alliance.
 
 
  • DISA IA Awareness Posters
    The Information Assurance Awareness posters were provided as a courtesy by Kessler Air Force Base. You may download the posters and submit to your graphics department to tailor to your organization's specifications.
    Terms of Use: Public Domain (no copyright restrictions).
 
  • A User's Guide: How to Raise Information Security Awareness
    A document from the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA) that illustrates the main processes necessary to plan, organize and run information security awareness raising initiatives: plan and assess, execute and manage, evaluate and adjust.
 
 


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