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RSU #20 Information Security




Welcome to the RSU #20 Information Security website. This site is intended to provide you with news and resources to protect RSU #20 information and to help you maintain security of your personal information.

Information security is based on Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability: the C-I-A triad. C-I-A is the foundation on which effective information security is built. Information security education is the substrate on which the C-I-A triad is built.


Information Security: Be Educated

RSU #20 Resources:

Net Cetera booklets: check your school library or office.  You may also get free copies from https://www.onguardonline.gov/

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Web:

OUCH! Monthly Newsletter - Monthly, easy-to-read Information Security newsletter from the SANS Institute for Information Security

Cyberwatch - "Expanding Knowledge in Cyberawareness and Careers in Cybersecurity"

FTC Consumer Information: Prevent Child Identity Theft

OnGuardOnline.gov - Stop, Think, Click - Online games, quizzes, videos, and much more

Protecting students from identity theft

RSU #20 Digital Citizenship - Lessons created by our k-5 technology integrators.

Vermont State Information Security Website - Test your security knowledge with games and quizzes.

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Books:

Computer Security, 20 Things Every Employee Should Know. Ben Rothke. McGaw-Hill Professional Education. ISBN: 0-07-226282-6.

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Hoaxes, Scams, and Misinformation: (Check to see if that email is legit)

FBI: scams and warnings

Hoax-slayer.com - Debunking email hoaxes and Internet scams.

Lookstogoodtobetrue.com - Truth or on-line scam?

Snopes.com - Internet scams, email hoaxes, and urban legends.

US-CERT.gov - US Computer Emergency Readiness Team website.

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