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Document Name: NCSA Security Awareness Program
Version: 1.1
Accountable: Alex Withers
Authors: Adam Slagell, Jim Eyrich, Alex Withers
Approved:   Nov 13, 2020

The NCSA Security Office requires all staff to review and acknowledge the NCSA Information Security Policy upon hire and annually, thereafter. The Security Office also makes general security training available to all staff at least twice annually. This training is designed to communicate important security policies and good security hygiene practices: often discussing the latest threats (i.e. malware, attack techniques), security tools, and best practices.  The training is advertised within NCSA's staff newsletter and CSD's official blog (see links below). Information regarding important security vulnerabilities are also disseminated to system administrators and other equipment operators at NCSA. University staff within the NCSA Health Care Component are required to take training provided by the University regarding electronic Protected Health Information (ePhi) before being granted access to and systems with ePHI.

Channels for dissemination change, but some current ones are:

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