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Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2022

ASIS joins the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the E.U. Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) in recognizing October as Cyber Security Awareness Month. Join ASIS all month long for information, programming, and resources to help you, your organization, and your communities stay safe online.

The ASIS Information Technology Security Community and the Security Applied Sciences Community are pleased to support and contribute to the work of this national event.


Topical webinars will be conducted throughout October.

Additionally, ASIS's On Demand Webinar Catalog offers a range of presentations focused on cybersecurity, IT security, as well as the convergence and integration of physical and cyber security. Explore the catalog to find the resources that best support your learning objectives.

ASIS Publication Resources

In 2021, there were several high-profile incidents of security technology being compromised due to poor cybersecurity hygiene, increasingly aggressive nation-state actors, and a growing threat landscape. In alignment with Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the October issue of Security Technology will look at how the security industry is incorporating cybersecurity risk into the technology it relies on.

Passwords dangle on fish hooks in front of the head of an employee. Workers often chose poorly conceived passwords.

Community and Additional Resources

  • Cross-collaboration from the Information Technology Security Community and Security Applied Sciences Community.
  • Contributed by the Information Technology Security Community.
  • Contributed by the Information Technology Security Community.

Demystifying Data Protection: Steps to Find, Monitor and Control without Chaos
New! On-Demand Webinar

Cybersecurity Awareness: How to Mitigate Online Vulnerabilities


Contributed by Douglas Beaver, CPP, Director of Security, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC. Mr. Beaver served on the ASIS Global Terrorism Council and is the past chair of the ASIS Cultural Properties Council; and currently serves as the Content Committee Chair for the ASIS Cultural Properties Community. Mr. Beaver also serves on the Smithsonian Institution’s NCCPP Conference Advisory Board and the National Crime Prevention Council.