Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2023
Each year, the Duke IT Security offices create multiple opportunities for the Duke community to engage with Cybersecurity Awareness activities in October. In addition to inviting you to join in activities for Cybersecurity Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Cybersecurity Alliance, we invite you to take part in the following Duke activities:
Daily Phishing Challenge
Duke has a simulated phishing program designed to educate our users on recognizing and reporting suspected phishing attacks.
During Cybersecurity Awareness Month, you can opt in and agree to participate in additional simulated phishing for a chance to win prizes. Participants will receive one phish each workday between October 2-20 and report it using the “Report Phish to Duke” button for the chance to win daily and weekly prizes. Completing the phishing challenge also increases your chances of winning the grand prize!
Beginning in November, participants will receive one phish per month and may opt out at any time.
Put your skills to the test each week and answer clues for the chance to win prizes. We'll have riddles to send you all over Duke (virtually), and if you answer our puzzles correctly, you'll have the chance to win prizes! Sign up to participate here, and keep an eye out for more information.
Lunch & Learns
Join us for several lunch & learns through out the month; TBA.
Presentation by the FBI
Join us on October 5th from 3-4:30 at DHTS @ The Park for a cyber threat brief from local FBI agents. This is an in-person event only and it will not be recorded, per the FBI. Space is limited and RSVPs are required: https://duke.is/r/4fjc