Thursday, January 26, 2006

What You Can Do to Promote a Culture of Security: Some Community Outreach Suggestions

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What You Can Do: Some Community Outreach Suggestions:

Dewie the Turtle
  • Ask community organizations with which you are involved to post a link to on their website.

  • Convene a meeting of your staff to talk about ways to promote the Culture of Security in your community.
  • Send information to potential participating organizations, asking them to promote the Culture of Security through their newsletters or other means of communication. Outlets include local trade organizations, community and senior centers, computer and electronic stores, chambers of commerce, and churches, synagogues and mosques.
  • Publish our information in your organization’s newsletter.

  • Send the publications to community colleges and adult education programs and ask that they be forwarded to instructors who teach classes related to computer skills or Internet use. Send copies of our publications to local PTAs.
  • Ask local libraries to make the information available at their checkout counter or information desk.
  • Share the material with your family and friends.

  • Make presentations to Kindergarten-12th grade audiences via public/private schools, boys and girls clubs, Scouts, etc. Make information security a topic for your Speakers Bureau.

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