ENISA hosts Ask Me Anything session for kick-off of European Cybersecurity month

ENISA

You can start asking your questions with #AskENISA NOW!! The ENISA team will host a special Ask Me Anything session to answer general cyber safety questions on Twitter, Monday, 30st Sept, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM CET. You can tweet to @ENISA_EU or @CyberSecMonth with #AskENISA and #CyberSecMonth

Activity website: https://cybersecuritymonth.eu

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Time & Place

30 Sep 2019 from 11:00 to 12:30
Greece

Target Audience

Description

What's an AMA session?
We'll have a team from ENISA available to answer general cybersecurity questions you have. You can ask us anything about general cybersecurity, hygiene routines etc

Why are you doing an AMA?
We like reaching out to the public to help with demystifying cybersecurity and to encourage people to take positive steps towards a daily cyber routine. We want to know the experiences you have with cybersecurity so as to provide insights into how we can make awareness raising better.


How do I ask questions on Twitter?

You can ask us your questions by putting “AskENISA” and “#CyberSecMonth” in your tweet.

 

Your question can span multiple tweets by replying to first tweet you post with this hashtag.  You can also directly message @ENISA_EU or @CyberSecMonth if you want to keep your questions private. You can start posting your questions one day before the scheduled time of AMA but we will start answering only during the event time. This is to help people who are in different time zone and who can’t attend the event during this specific hour of the day. You can catch us for a live conversation during the scheduled hours. If there are further follow-ups, we will continue the dialogue post event time. Go ahead and tweet to us!

Who will be there?

You, of course! We'll also have a team from ENISA participating.


Have any questions about the following topics? Bring them to the AMA.
1. Password management
2. Backup
3. Social engineering
4. Privacy and protection
5. Smart devices


Go ahead, ask us about cyber safety or ENISA


We're looking forward to having a conversation with you!

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