National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2015: Morpho joins NCSA Champion’s Program


It's time for organizations to get serious about IT security: Against this backdrop the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) established the "National Cyber Security Awareness Month" (NCSAM), a collaborative effort among government organizations, businesses of all sizes, educational institutions, nonprofits and consumers to ensure everyone has the resources they need to be safe online. Taking place now for the 12th year, NCSAM's primary goal is to promote a safer, more secure and more trusted Internet.

As a global leader and long-time innovator in the digital security market, Morpho attaches great importance to cyber security. To support the work of the National Cyber Security Alliance and promote a safer and more trusted Internet Morpho announces that it has joined the official NCSAM Champion Program.

The purpose of the NCSAM is to share actionable information with everyone so they can use the Internet safely and more securely. The NCSAM 2015 will highlight the overall message of STOP. THINK. CONNECT. and the capstone concepts of the campaign: "Keep a Clean Machine," "Protect Your Personal Information," "Connect with Care," and "Be Web Wise."

Morpho, together with the NCSA, believes that technology brings many benefits, from instant connectivity with friends, family and colleagues to a new platform for innovation, commerce and community. An essential prerequisite must be strong cyber security fundamentals enabling everyone to benefit from connected lives. By managing the entire digital identity chain, from identification to trust services, Morpho's trust services help to establish the security and build the digital trust that are essential for developing electronic exchanges. They create trust in digital identities, reliable transactions and in long-term quality of data and proof.

During the month of October we invite you to help us and the NCSA promote cyber awareness. For more information on how you can become involved please visit the official NCSAM site here.

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