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Articles from the CIO Council & Our Partners

Common Forms of Social Engineering

By Greg Sisson, Acting Deputy CIO for Cybersecurity and Chief Information Security Officer, Department of Energy · October 19, 2020

Hear from the Department of Energy on Social Engineering Scams like Phishing, Smishing and Spoofing.

Social Media & Threats

By Small Business Administration Staff · October 13, 2020

The Small Business Administration shares information to help stay safe when using social media.

Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2020 - Kicks Off!

By Federal Chief Information Security Officer · October 02, 2020

Department of Education's Chief Information Security Officer and CISO Council Co-chair, Steven Hernandez, kicks off Cybersecurity Awareness month.

New Maturity Model Increases IT Spending Transparency, Meets Federal Action Plan Milestone

By Federal Technology Investment Management CoP · September 30, 2020

Agencies can leverage the IT spending maturity model to support their TBM implementation.

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