Sticky Password Becomes National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2015 Champion
By becoming an NCSAM Champion, Sticky Password joins a growing global effort among colleges and universities, businesses, government agencies, associations, nonprofit organizations and individuals to promote online safety awareness.
Celebrated every October, National Cyber Security Awareness Month was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure everyone has the resources needed to stay safer and more secure online. As an official Champion, Sticky Password recognizes its commitment to cybersecurity and online safety.
“Sticky Password is committed to raising awareness about cyber security. Partnering with other security-minded organizations is a critical component of our ongoing efforts. We’re proud to participate in NCSAM each year,” said Petr Bilek, CEO of Sticky Password.
Coordinated and led by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) and the Department of Homeland Security, NCSAM has grown exponentially since its inception, reaching consumers, small and medium-sized businesses, corporations, educational institutions and young people across the nation and internationally. This year marks the 12th year of NCSAM.
“The Champion Program is a vital part of making National Cyber Security Awareness Month a success each year,” said Michael Kaiser, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance. “We are thankful to our 2015 Champion organizations for their support and commitment to our shared responsibility of promoting cyber security and online safety awareness.”
As part of its NCSAM efforts, Sticky Password will be hosting a security blog initiative with organizations representing a broad range of industries including IT and security education, parental control, cyber bullying, digital identity protection, and secure information destruction. Several times each week during October, Sticky Password will be hosting guest blogs on a variety of security themes from companies and organizations like Identity Theft Resource Center, Checkmarx, Cyveillance, Binary Tattoo, SpyShelter, Shred-it, PRIVO, Tutanota, 360 Cyber Security, SentryPC, PocketGuardian, IT-ology, TechBoomers, Solis and Educause.