[WEBINAR] Cyber Prep 101: You Don’t Have To Be A Victim

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM Mountain Location: Online   Facilitated by Pikes Peak SBDC   Topic: Cybersecurity Cyber Prep 101: You Don’t Have To Be A Victim As businesses adapt to operating during a pandemic, they are getting bombarded with scams, phishing campaigns and are having to work learn to work

[WEBINAR] Cyber Prep 101: You Don’t Have To Be A Victim2020-09-15T12:32:20-06:00

Enrollment Now Open for Upcoming c-Watch Elections2020 Program

  Click above to watch the preview for the c-Watch Elections2020 program.   We are under siege in the United States from malicious threat actors and fraudsters around the world threatening our elections. You can do something about it. NCC is thrilled to continue to support the Cyber Resilience Institute (CRI). CRI has just announced its c-Watch Elections2020 program. The

Enrollment Now Open for Upcoming c-Watch Elections2020 Program2020-09-08T13:02:46-06:00

How Cybersecurity Education Can Transform the World

  In our increasingly digital world, a lack of cybersecurity professionals can be incredibly dangerous. And at this moment, that unwelcome scenario is our reality. There's a global shortage of about 4 million cybersecurity workers, and the need for these professionals increases every day. Once we acknowledge there is a gap, then the conversation turns

How Cybersecurity Education Can Transform the World2020-08-13T16:36:16-06:00

2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections

Many challenges exist in the United States at the intersection of cybersecurity and elections, a cause championed by some and doubted by others. But with the 2020 campaign already underway — and lingering questions about how cybersecurity influenced the 2016 election — this topic is more important than ever before.   In particular, there

2020: The Year of Cybersecurity Resilience in U.S. Elections2020-10-20T16:30:29-06:00

COVID-19 Malware and Phishing Scams

It may come as no surprise that hackers and scammers are taking advantage of the increasing numbers of people working from home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Overnight, millions of people who never worked from home before are now sitting ducks for the skilled hacker that is hunting them. The rising of the number of

COVID-19 Malware and Phishing Scams2020-07-22T12:25:00-06:00
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