National Cybersecurity Awareness Month Sample Social Media Posts and Graphics


 

Below are sample social media posts and graphics to promote NCSAM in your organization. CISA and NCSA highly encourage you to post on your online communication channels leading up to and throughout October to spread the message of cybersecurity awareness. 

If you would like zip file of the animation above, as well as the images below, and more, please email the CISA NCSAM team at stopthinkconnect@hq.dhs.gov. These materials are free and may be modified to meet your needs.

Sample Twitter Posts

#BeCyberSmart during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020! Follow @CISAgov and @StaySafeOnline to get the latest updates throughout October!

#DYK in 2019 more than $3.5 billion was lost globally to cybercrime?1 Learn how to #BeCyberSmart and protect yourself by participating in National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

Cybercriminals often impersonate big name brands. Do you know how to protect yourself from #phishing scams? Visit cisa.gov/ncsam to learn more! #BeCyberSmart

#DYK 7 million data records are compromised daily?2 #BeCyberSmart and learn how to protect your data online by visiting cisa.gov/ncsam 

#DYK there’s a free cyber planner available to #smallbiz from @FCC? Find it here: www.fcc.gov/cyberplanner #BeCyberSmart

Learn about National Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020 by following @StaySafeOnline & @CISAgov www.staysafeonline.org & cisa.gov/ncsam #BeCyberSmart

#DYK it only takes one person to create a data breach? National Cybersecurity Awareness Month encourages everyone to Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart

The first three months of 2020 saw a 20% increase in cyber fraud as cybercriminals took advantage of the global pandemic.3 Visit cisa.gov/ncsam to learn how to #BeCyberSmart

#BeCyberSmart this National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! We must work together and all do our part to help build a more secure online world. #cybersecurity

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! When it comes to #cybersecurity, make sure you Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart

How should you approach #cybersecurity? Learn how to #BeCyberSmart this October during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Visit cisa.gov/ncsam and www.staysafeonline.org

If You Connect It, Protect It! Learn how to be safer online this National Cybersecurity Awareness Month by visiting cisa.gov/ncsam and www.staysafeonline.org #BeCyberSmart

Sample Facebook/LinkedIn Posts

NCSAM Kick-off Week

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) has officially begun! join us in spreading cybersecurity awareness and encourage everyone to own their role in protecting Internet-connected devices. “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.”

Visit cisa.gov/ncsam for more information.

#Cybersecurity #NCSAM2020

Week 1

Week 1 Graphic: Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart. If You Connect It, Protect It.

The focus of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month’s first week is “If you Connect It, Protect It.” This emphasizes the potential vulnerability of all Internet-connected devices.

Cybersecurity starts with YOU and is everyone’s responsibility. There are currently an estimated 4.8 billion Internet users—over 62% of the world's population!4 This number will only grow, making the need to “Protect It” more important than ever.

Join us and get involved by visiting cisa.gov/ncsam

#BeCyberSmart #Cybersecurity #NCSAM2020

Week 2

Week 2 Graphic: Do your Part. #BeCyberSmart

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month’s second week focuses on steps individuals and organizations can take to secure Internet-connected devices for personal and professional use.

This year has seen major disruptions in the way we work, learn, and socialize, driving many of these activities online. With our homes, schools, and business more connected than ever, it’s vital to “Protect It” and #BeCyberSmart.

Learn how to Protect It by visiting cisa.gov/ncsam

#Cybersecurity #NCSAM2020

Week 3

Week  Graphic: Do your Part. #BeCyberSmart

The healthcare industry relies increasingly on Internet-connected devices and solutions to improve patient care, organizational efficiency, speed of crisis response, and much more.The emergence of telemedicine, digital health records, online medical devices, patient wellness apps, and an increasing amount of third parties entering the health supply chain has created many benefits. However, it has also exposed the industry to vulnerabilities that cybercriminals can exploit.

Visit cisa.gov/ncsam to learn how to better protect your internet-connected health devices.

The third week of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month delves into the healthcare industry, exploring the vulnerabilities of Internet-connected healthcare devices, and what steps users can take to Protect It and do their part and #BeCyberSmart.

#Cybersecurity #NCSAM2020

Week 4

Week 4 Graphic: Do your Part. #BeCyberSmart

The final week of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month examines the future of Internet-connected devices. NCSAM Week 4 will explore how technological innovations, such as 5G, might impact consumers’ and businesses’ online experiences (e.g. faster speeds and data transmission, and larger attack surfaces for cybercriminals).

Visit cisa.gov/ncsam to learn more.

We will also examine how people and infrastructure can adapt to the continuous evolution of Internet-connected devices moving forward. It is not only necessary to safeguard our personal devices, but all the devices we interact with. No matter what the future brings, everyone needs to be to do their part and #BeCyberSmart to ensure the safety of cyberspace.

#Cybersecurity #NCSAM2020

1https://pdf.ic3.gov/2019_IC3Report.pdf

2https://www.varonis.com/blog/the-world-in-data-breaches/

3https://www.globenewswire.com/news-release/2020/04/28/2023282/0/en/Arkose-Labs-Reveals-20-Spike-in-Fraud-as-Digital-Behavior-Shifts-During-COVID-19.html

4https://internetworldstats.com/stats.htm pulled 7/28/2020


Thank you for your support and commitment to NCSAM and helping all Americans stay safe and secure online. Please email the CISA NCSAM Team or the NCSA NCSAM Team with any questions. Please direct media inquiries to CISAMedia@hq.dhs.gov or call 703-235-2010.

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