October is the department of Homeland Security National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCASM). The DHS has broken the month into 5 "weeks", each week with a different cyber security focus.
Week One: Oct 1-3
Promoting Online Safety with the Stop.Think.Connect.™ Campaign
Week Two: October 6-10 Secure Development of IT Products
Week Three: October 13-17
Critical Infrastructure and the Internet of Things
Week Four: October 20-24
Cybersecurity for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses and Entrepreneurs
Week Five: October 27-31
Cyber Crime and Law Enforcement
Cyber security has been an increasingly major concern of the DHS over the past several years. NCSAM seems to have a strong focus on getting kids to think about cyber security at a very young age. Maybe the only way to convince stakeholders of the threat of cyber security is to get them while they're young so the next generation to takes cyber security more seriously? What key points is the DHS missing in the agenda?