Hawaii Office of Homeland Security Partners with the HSPLS and Cyber Hui Supporting Hawaii Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Posted on Oct 3, 2017 in News

As part of Gov. David Y. Ige proclaiming October 2017 “Cyber Security Awareness Month” in Hawaii, the Hawaii Department of Defense Office of Homeland Security, in partnership with the Hawaii State Public Library System and local nonprofit Cyber Hui, will be offering cyber safety public awareness sessions led by cyber professionals throughout the month.

 The community-focused sessions will be held at local public libraries, shopping centers, and other locations statewide. Presentations will provide basic cyber best practices, also known as cyber hygiene. Topics will include malware protection, passwords, wifi usage, online shopping and banking, scams, safe email habits, phishing, data backup, and social media. Most sessions are scheduled to run approximately one hour and include an informal question and answer portion.

See the press release “Governor Proclaims October ‘Cyber Security Awareness Month”

Here are the cyber safety public awareness sessions.  

List of cyber safety sessions

Here’s a list of other cyber safety community events.

List of cyber safety community events