See Yourself in Cyber Toolkit


Since 2004, the President of the United States and Congress have declared October to be Cybersecurity Awareness Month, helping individuals protect themselves online as threats to technology and confidential data become more commonplace. The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cybersecurity Alliance (NCA) lead a collaborative effort between government and industry to raise cybersecurity awareness nationally and internationally. 

This year’s campaign theme — “See Yourself in Cyber” — demonstrates that while cybersecurity may seem like a complex subject, ultimately, it’s really all about people . This October will focus on the “people” part of cybersecurity, providing information and resources to help educate CISA partners and the public, and ensure all individuals and organizations make smart decisions whether on the job, at home or at school – now and in the future. We encourage each of you to engage in this year’s efforts by creating your own cyber awareness campaigns and sharing this messaging with your peers.

Throughout October, CISA and NCA will highlight key action steps that everyone should take:

  • Enable Multi-Factor Authentication
  • Use Strong Passwords
  • Recognize and Report Phishing
  • Update Your Software

We need your help! Use the materials below on your social media accounts and help us spread the word! We want everyone to See Themselves In Cyber!

Social Media Toolkit

Twitter Images

Twitter Image #1

Update Your Software - Turn on Automatic Updates. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Twitter Image #2

Enable MFA - You Need More Than a Password. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Twitter Image #3

Think Before You Click - Don't Get Phished. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Twitter Image #4

Use Strong Passwords. How About a Password Manager? See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Twitter Image #5

Enable MFA, Use Strong Passwords, Update Your Software, and Think Before You Click.. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

  

Facebook/LinkedIn Images

Facebook/LinkedIn Image #1

Update Your Software Turn on Automatic Updates. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Facebook/LinkedIn Image #2

Enable MFA - You Need More Than a Password. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Facebook/LinkedIn Image #3

Think Before You Click - Don't Get Phished. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Facebook/LinkedIn Image #4

Use Strong Passwords. How About a Password Manager? See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Facebook/LinkedIn Image #5

Enable MFA, Use Strong Passwords, Update Your Software, and Think Before You Click.. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

 

 

Instagram Images

Instagram Image #1

Update Your Software - Turn on Automatic Updates. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Instagram Image #2

Enable MFA - You Need More Than a Password. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Instagram Image #3

Think Before You Click - Don't Get Phished. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Instagram Image #4

Use Strong Passwords. How About a Password Manager? See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Instagram Image #5

Enable MFA, Use Strong Passwords, Update Your Software, and Think Before You Click.. See Yourself Taking Action. Stay Safe Online

 

Sample Posts

  • We all play a role in defending our nation from cyber-attacks. Find out how you can help defend our Nation by joining @CISAgov in October for  #CyberMonth cisa.gov/4-things-you-can-do-keep-yourself-cyber-safe
  • See yourself in Cyber -- Follow @CISAGov's easy steps like updating your software, using strong passwords, and thinking before you click to prevent cyber-attacks. Find out what else you can do to protect your sensitive information during #CyberMonth cisa.gov/4-things-you-can-do-keep-yourself-cyber-safe
  • Like it or not, anyone with a computer or smart device needs to be educated about cybersecurity. Learn how to protect your sensitive information and find your role in cybersecurity at @CISAgov's cisa.gov/4-things-you-can-do-keep-yourself-cyber-safe #CyberMonth 
  • It only takes one click to give hackers access to your accounts and potentially other users of the same bank, mail service, etc. This year's #CyberMonth theme is "See Yourself in Cyber" - join @CISAgov & learn how to secure your info: cisa.gov/4-things-you-can-do-keep-yourself-cyber-safe
  • I (insert phrase - enable MFA, update my software etc.) to help secure mine and my friends, family, and colleagues' information. @CISAgov wants you to  see yourself in cyber: find out how you can prevent cyber-attacks. cisa.gov/4-things-you-can-do-keep-yourself-cyber-safe #CyberMonth

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