Post a link / logo to http://www.informationsecurityday.com on your website.
Share the materials on our website with others at expo, professional conferences, trade shows and meetings.
Give our links and materials to your customers.
Include Information Security Day messages and publications or your own information system materials as a statement stuffer like in bills, account statements etc.
Share the Information Security Day message with your corporate public affair division. Seek their ideas on getting the word out to the media and your partners, clients and employees.
Include ISD Message and publications or your own information security messages in your product packaging, shopping bags, banners, or receipts.
Convene a meeting of your information systems staff to talk about ways to promote the culture of information security and information security day in your community.
Send information to potential participating organizations, asking them to promote the culture of information security and information security day through their newsletters or other means of communication. This could be local trade organizations, computer and electronic stores, chambers of commerce, religious institutions, banks, hospitals etc.
Public our information in your organization's newsletter.
Reaching the non-business community
Ask community organizations with which you are involved to post a link to http://www.informationsecurityday.com on their website.
Ask local librarians to make the information available at their checkout counter or information desk.
Send the publications to community colleges and adult education programs and ask that they be forwarded to instructors who teach classes related to computer skills or Internet use. Send copies of our publications to local PTAs.
Share the materials with your family, friends and well wishers.
Make presentations to Kindergarten - 12th grade audiences via public/private schools, boys and girls clubs, Scouts, etc. Make information security a topic for your Speakers Bureau.
Encourage other to join the on-line effort to promote Information Security Day.
Reaching the Media
Write a letter to the editor on the importance of information security and the information security day. Be sure to include simple, concrete tips that readers can remember and use.
Call your local television stations to suggest a news story on the importance of information security.
Host a brown bag lunch or breakfast for reporters in your area who cover business, personal finance, lifestyle and education. Enlist their help in promoting a Information Security Day.
Ask a local media personality to become involved in your plans. Ask him or her to help promote the Information Security Day.
Ask for space on transit or electronic billboards - on express ways, and near banks, car dealerships, fast food restaurants and motels - to display information security messages.