Videos are a great way to communicate. The videos page has short vidcasts to give a brief introduction to important security-related topics. Those topics can be found throughout other areas of the website. Take a look at the videos on this page to identify which topics you may want to explore in greater detail.

Audio podcasts are another way to learn about cyber security topics. Podcasts permit the listener to learn while doing other things and videos communicate the information in a more active form than just text. Take a look at the various topics and choose your favorite way to learn.

Governor Jack Markell's Weekly Message - Protecting Our Economy by Promoting Online Safety

In his weekly message, Governor Markell explains the importance of internet safety and security as Delaware recognizes October as Cyber Security Awareness Month.

Cyber Attacks and Small Businesses

CIO James Collins talks about small businesses and cyber security at the request of the University of Delaware's Small Business Development Center. Listen as CIO Collins shares facts about the reality of cyber threats to small businesses and also ways owners can be better prepared to avoid these risks.

Elayne Starkey Awarded the Thomas M. Jarrett Cybersecurity Conference Scholarship

At the 2016 NASCIO annual conference, two recipients received the Thomas M. Jarrett Cybersecurity Scholarship for “exceptional state CISOs.” Delaware's Chief Information Officer, Elayne Starkey, was an awardee. Named in memory of former Delaware CIO Tom Jarrett, the scholarship grants give recognized CISOs the chance to attend the conference and contribute to the national dialogue on cybersecurity and related issues.

Starkey, a former colleague of Jarrett’s, received the award after being nominated by current Delaware CIO James Collins. She couldn't attend the conference and accepted the award via this video speech.

How To Use Better Passwords

Ed Skoudis reveals three essential tips for guarding your online accounts.
Published on March 24, 2015.

Hacked Email: What to Do?

Are your friends and family getting emails from you that you didn't send? Or maybe you want to check your email, but you can't log in? Chances are your email's been hacked. Here’s what to do.
Published on March 23, 2015.