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E Komo Mai – Welcome to the State of Hawaii Cyber Security website.  The Cyber Security Team of the Information & Communications Services Division has developed this website as a public service. Here you will find security tips and newsletters, educational material for the family, identity theft prevention, and other important cyber security information and resources.  It is our goal to build the State’s premier cyber security public education and awareness program.

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Governor Ige Proclaims October Cyber Security Awareness Month In Hawaii

Governor David Y. Ige and Lieutenant Governor Shan Tsutsui proclaimed the month of October 2015 as Cyber Security Awareness Month in Hawaii.

national cyber security awareness month

The Twelfth Annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month is being celebrated during October 2015 as a collective effort among the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the National Cyber Security Alliance, and the National Association of State Chief Information Officers to raise cyber security awareness nationwide and empower citizens, businesses, government and schools to improve their cyber security preparedness and help promote a safe Internet experience.  This united effort is necessary to maintain a cyberspace that is safer, more resilient, and remains a source of tremendous opportunity and growth for years to come.

To find out more about National Cyber Security Awareness Month and this month’s events, click here.

Monthly Newsletter

December 2015 “Getting Your Device and Checking It Twice”.  In last month’s newsletter, we talked about how you can minimize your risk of identity theft and malicious cyber activity while doing your online holiday shopping.  In this month’s issue, we’ll focus on another aspect of the holiday season: that new device you get or give during the holidays.  Whether it’s a smartphone, laptop, desktop, tablet, or another device, check out the……Click to read the December 2015 Newsletter.

Click to read Past Newsletters.