The National Cyber Security Alliance is a non-profit public/private partnership that works with the Department of Homeland Security, private sector sponsors, and other nonprofit collaborators to promote cyber security awareness for home users, small and medium size businesses, and primary and secondary education. The NCSA was founded in 2001, and its founding sponsors included Symantec, Cisco Systems, Microsoft, SAIC, EMC, and McAfee. The NCSA website www.staysafeonline.org provides a wide array of cyber security resources and information. For example, the NCSA and the Better Business Bureau recently published a “Digital Spring Cleaning Checklist” for businesses. We highly recommend reviewing this list and other resources provided by the NCSA to develop and reinforce your company’s cyber security policies and practices.
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