Congress Raises Cyber Security Awareness
It may have escaped your attention, but October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
You can be forgiven since Congress only remembered it on Monday, overwhelmingly passing a resolution to raise the profile of U.S. computer security, particularly among consumers.
The non-profit National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), a public-private partnership that includes computer companies and groups representing computer users, actually sponsors national Cyber Security Awareness Month. Its members include the Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Trade Commission, Cisco (Quote, Chart), RSA Security (Quote, Chart) and AOL. Congress Raises Cyber Security Awareness
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