Info for Everybody
In August 2015, the MS-ISAC launched its 7th annual "Best of the Web" contest. The City of Phoenix was selected as a FINALIST in the category of local government!
The City has deployed a series of online training classes entitled "Securing the Human" to help employees remain aware of best practices. Every employee who uses a computer is required to complete the online training modules. During this training an employee will receive e-mails from Walter Davis, a Security Engineer with the City of Phoenix. The emails will come from an outside address,
firstname.lastname@example.org. Don't worry – these are not phishing emails. The emails will contain instructions and account information that allows an employee to access assigned training modules at the training website,
Training modules are assigned based on an employee's current duties. Each module is very short – less than 5 minutes – and covers a specific topic. An employee is asked to complete the training no later than June 30, 2016.
This information is provided as a courtsey by City of Phoenix. However, this information is intended as an introduction only, and it is up to you to make sure you take the proper steps to secure your home PC, mobile devices, and/or business. The City of Phoenix is not responsible for computers not owned by the City and cannot answer specific questions about them, nor does the City of Phoenix recommend or endorse any specific vendors, products, or services.
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