#CyberSecMonth 2022

This October is #CyberSecMonth 2022 and this Year The European Cybersecurity Month is turning 10! ​

The ECSM campaign is coordinated by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) and the European Commission, and supported by EU Member States and hundreds of partners (governments, universities, think tanks, NGOs, professional associations, private sector business) from Europe, and beyond.

‘Think Before U Click’ #ThinkB4UClick

This year’s theme is #ThinkB4UClick covering Phishing and Ransomware.

“The corona virus pandemic is testing the online security resilience world-wide, while at the same time is pushing more and more people to conduct their daily lives and work online. Our lives have shifted into the digital dimension so educating the online user has become more important than ever before.”

The main objectives of the 2022 campaign are to ensure that end-users and organisations are well informed on the potential cybersecurity risks and that they stay safe online. The general intention is to help EU citizens develop a basic understanding of the different types of online security and privacy issues.

‘Cybersecurity is a Shared Responsibility’

Since the first event in 2012, the European Cybersecurity Month has been reaching its key priorities by bringing together parties from across Europe under the slogan ‘Cybersecurity is a Shared Responsibility’ to unite against cyber threats. Each year, the campaign not only promotes the safer use of the Internet for EU citizens, but the organisers provide the knowledge and tools to do so.

This article was taken from https://cybersecuritymonth.eu/about-ecsm