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OCTOBER IS CYBER SECURITY MONTH
JOIN US ON THURSDAY, 29th OCTOBER @ 4pm
for
CYBERRISK MATTERS FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
& HOME OFFICES
October is
Cybersecurity Awareness Month.
Dear Friend:
Now celebrating its 17th year, the 2020 Cybersecurity Awareness Month theme is “Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.”
This theme encourages everyone to take ownership of their cybersecurity in every aspect of daily life. Since all online devices are potentially vulnerable, Cybersecurity Awareness Month serves as a reminder that guarding against cyberthreats is a constant, year-round process.
This year, Cybersecurity Awareness Month focused on 4 key areas:
  • Week 1: If You Connect It, Protect It— addresses how online devices have impacted our lives, empowering all users to take the right steps to reduce risk.
  • Week 2: Securing Devices at Home and Work— focuses on steps individuals and organizations can take to protect online devices for personal and professional use.
  • Week 3: Securing Internet-Connected Devices in Health Care—examines health care device use and how consumers and industry can secure these devices.
  • Week 4: The Future of Connected Devices— looks at the future of online devices and address how technological strides can impact consumers’ and business’ online experiences.
Cybersecurity professionals play a vital role in helping individuals learn how to be more safe and secure online by sharing their expertise throughout their communities.
Join us in on Thursday, when we hear from Danyetta Mangana, CEO of Covenant Security, a leading small business serving the Federal government and small businesses like ours.
Herbert Nelson Jr.
Chair, ICS Security Working Group
Washington, DC – 
27th ANNUAL CARIBBEAN AMERICAN HERITAGE (CARAH) AWARDS
NOVEMBER 20, 2020
TO BE LIVESTREAMED FOR THE FIRST TIME!
A COVID Researcher, an author, a tech inventor, and an artist are among the individuals that will be honored at the 27th Annual Caribbean American Heritage (CARAH) Awards Gala on Friday, November 20, 2020. 
ICS’ Caribbean American Heritage Awards is the leading honors event by the Caribbean Diaspora for people in the Caribbean diaspora. The 2020 honorees include Dr. Swinburne Augustine, COVID Test Research Scientist, of Dominican heritage; Trinidad-born Andrea McKenzie, Artist; Grenadian inventor and investor, Dr. Nicholas Braithwaite; Frederick Morton, Esq., Founder of Tempo TV, of Nevis and USVI heritage; Hon. David Lammy, MP, United Kingdom, of Guyanese heritage; Anaya Willabus, Teen Author and Anti-bullying Activist, of Guyanese heritage.
The 2020 Gala will be hosted by television personality Neki Mohan, a former CARAH Honoree who is herself of Trinidadian heritage.
Entertainment for the evening which will be held virtually will be anchored by top Caribbean Band in Washington DC, IMAGE Band, and will include cameos from other artistes, such as Becky Bass — Pan Virtuoso & NeoSoul Songstress. 
Event partners include CaribNation TV which will co-executive produce the CARAH Gala for television. Pure Jamaica and Tempo TV are some of the media partners joining to make this event a truly global celebration of triumph and transformation in this year of the Covidemic. Part of the proceeds raised will be used to support the LifeSEED Youth Empowerment Program. I
To become a media partner, sponsor, or volunteer contact, icsdcorg@gmail.com
To learn more about the Caribbean American Heritage Awards, visit www.caribbeanheritageawards.org.
In Service,
The CARAH 2020 TEAM
MAKE HISTORY WITH US ON NOVEMBER 20, 2020
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC…
About Institute of Caribbean Studies: The Institute of Caribbean Studies (ICS) is a non-partisan, non-profit organization established in 1993, dedicated to education, advocacy and action on issues that impact on Caribbean -Americans. The purpose of the Institute is to provide a forum for the public and private sector, the non-government organization community, scholars and others interested in promoting a dialogue; and assist in the execution of actions that result from that dialogue. Since its inception, ICS has been on the forefront of the challenge to bring attention to the issues of critical importance to the Caribbean American community,
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