The ECSM runs throughout October, being organised by eight EU and EEA countries (the Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Norway, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Portugal, and the United Kingdom). It is supported by ENISA and the European Commission. Key activities, so far, include:
- In Portugal: 300 professionals from more than 75 enterprises and organisations attended their events.
- In Norway: 13 events and social media campaigns are planned.
- In Spain: León, 122 students attended lectures on Internet security and social networks, with a focus on teenagers, parents and teachers. This included tales and a drawing competition called "What do you know about security?" for children 5-12 years old.
- In Luxembourg: An IT security stand at the nine-day-long annual Autumn Fair attracted more than 1,000 visitors in the first weekend alone, emptying the stand of campaign material, and made the front page of Wort, the biggest daily!
- In Slovenia: Two Slovenian stand-up comedians are starring in three educational videos. The national campaign started on October 17, with TV ads being broadcast (reaching more than 70% of the population) and a Facebook campaign being launched.
- United Kingdom: A road-show visiting five major cities (Cardiff, London, Leeds, Edinburgh and Belfast) will start on October 22 during the Get Safe Online week. The theme is ‘Click & Tell’, with online safety tips for friends, family, colleagues and neighbours.
- Czech Republic: A roundtable discussion on online child protection with NGOs, Czech internet hotlines, CSIRT teams and industry stakeholders. Online and media campaigns will also be held.
- Romania: The ‘Cyber Threats 2012’ conference and social media campaigns with security advice will take place.