Cyber Security Awareness Month


October 25 - 29, 2021

“Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.”

October is Cyber Security Awareness Month and San Antonio College has several events for the week of October 25th - 29th, to help raise awareness of Cyber Security and related issues.






Phishing and Password
Management Workshop
Oct 25th 9:00 a.m Zoom ID: 980 8511 5099
Phishing and Password
Management Workshop
Oct 26th 2:00 p.m Zoom ID: 975 2889 0912

Guest Speaker:
Christian B. Adounvo
"Phish Me If You Can" 

Oct 28th 9:00 a.m - 10:00 a.m

Webinar Registration Link:

CIS Cyber Booth Oct 26th -27th 10:00 a.m - 2:00 p.m CIS Table @ Nail Technical Center (NTC)
PC Doctor Oct 26th - 28th 9:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m SAC Tech Store - Moody Learning Center - MLC 502A


October 25 - 31, 2021

Welcome to SAC HACK. This is a cybersecurity competition that you can access from every
CIS computer lab in the NTC building from Monday October 25th to Sunday October 31st.
Sign up with your ACES email and a family friendly username at:https://sachackctf.cisnet.
Everyone from beginner to expert has the chance to solve various challenges
and score points. 1st place will receive SAC branded goodies.

**(Registration link only accessable through the CIS computer lab)**

Sign in to your ACES account to view our Cyber Club's upcoming cybersecurity training sessions:


**The event is a collaborative effort between Computer Information Systems (CIS) and Office of Technology Services (OTS) department(s) at San Antonio College. We live in a world that is more connected than ever before and staying Cyber Aware is critically important.  The Cyber aware campaign is designed to engage and educate through events and initiatives to raise awareness of Cybersecurity, tools and resources needed to stay safe online**



Every time you use the Internet, you face choices related to your security. Friends can be selected, links clicked, websites accessed, and wireless networks can be joined. Your security and the security of the nation depends on making secure online decisions. Making the Internet more safe and secure requires all of us to take responsibility for our own cybersecurity posture.

Online Privacy Tips Protecting your Digital Home Creating Passwords Tips
Social Media Tips Phishing Tips Identity Theft and Internet Scams