The (ISC)2® Foundation Announces Partnership with U.S. Department of Homeland Security Stop.Think.Connect.™ Campaign

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Membership in DHS’ National Network of Non-Profits Enables Foundation to Further Advocate Cybersecurity

“The holiday season is a key time for non-profits to join forces and reinforce the message of community,” says Elise Yacobellis, director, Global Development, (ISC)².

The (ISC)²® (“ISC-squared”) Foundation, a charitable trust that aims to empower students, teachers, and the general public to secure their online life with cybersecurity education and awareness programs, today announced it has joined the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s National Network of organizations that collaborate to spread cybersecurity awareness across the country to people of all ages as part of the Stop. Think. Connect. Campaign.

The Stop. Think. Connect. National Network is comprised of over 150 non-profit organizations that aim to advocate and promote cybersecurity within their organizations and to their stakeholders. Becoming a member of this consortium of leading non-profit organizations brings the (ISC)2 Foundation one step closer to fulfilling its goal to make the Internet more secure for all global citizens.

“The holiday season is a key time for non-profits to join forces and reinforce the message of community,” says Elise Yacobellis, director, Global Development, (ISC)². “The (ISC)2 Foundation’s partnership with DHS’ Stop.Think.Connect. National Network demonstrates our commitment to proactively educating the public about how to stay safe online and to collaborate with organizations that hold to a similar commitment.”

The Foundation’s membership in the DHS’ National Network is one of several end-of year efforts to empower students, teachers and the general public to secure their online life. The Foundation is also participating in the AmazonSmile campaign, the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC), and #GivingTuesday.

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