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Cyber Awareness Month 2018
Cyber Awareness Month 2018 In support of National Cyber Security Month which aims to raise awareness about the importance of cyber security, IASE will feature several relevant topics throughout the month. This week, Five Every Day Steps Towards Online Safety
Cyber Awareness Month Archives
IASE is Celebrating 20 Years!
IASE is Celebrating 20 Years! The IASE was implemented in May 1997 to provide a wide range of Information Assurance services, and in October 1997 it was expanded to the Secret Internet Protocol Router Network (SIPRNet) and Releasable (REL) network to authorized DoD foreign coalition partners. The IASE celebrated its 20th anniversary in May 2017! Learn More
Cyber Awareness Challenge 2018
Cyber Awareness Challenge 2018 is now available. This training replaces the previous Cyber Awareness Challenge version 4.0 dated October 2016. Training certificates are now downloaded, rather than requiring a printer.
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Important Announcements
Content Announcement
The CyberCorps®: Scholarship for Service Annual In-Person Career Fair

This event will be held January 8 & 9, 2019 at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, MD. This is a free event for agencies and a great opportunity to take advantage of hiring from this talented IA/Cybersecurity talent pool. All SFS recipients are required to work for the federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial government after graduation. All students at the SFS Job Fair are attending an academic institution recognized for cybersecurity.

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[posted November 30, 2018]
Content Announcement
Cyber Awareness Challenge 2019 is now available.

This version is a major update from previous versions, with a completely new look and feel. Return users will now have the option to opt out of the full course by taking the new Knowledge Check option. There is also an addition of a Facilitator Guide, and Facilitator Briefing all available under the Content Delivery Options.

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[posted November 1, 2018]
Content Announcement
DISA requests the DoD Community to collaborate with DISA and provide feedback on its prototype STIG automation content for common configuration management solutions.

The content is available for download from the STIG Collaboration project on Software Forge. Feedback may be provided via Software Forge.

In general, these solutions are intended for ongoing configuration enforcement, but can also be used for compliance checking. There is no mandate to use this content; it derives from and supplements published STIG and SCAP content. Your feedback will improve the development of configuration management solutions. Contribute to STIG collaboration on Software Forge! *PKI
[posted September 20, 2018]
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