RSA SecurID Token Reduction Effort
ITCD is continuing the campaign to reduce the number of RSA SecurID tokens at NASA HQ. The reduction in tokens will provide cost savings to HQ, improve security, and allow users to take advantage of newer technologies available. An ongoing managed effort will target users with tokens not used within 90 days. Users will have the opportunity to provide a justification for keeping tokens.
Employee Security Connection Newsletter
The latest edition of the National Security Institute’s Employee Security Connection is available online. This newsletter is brought to you by the Office of the Chief Information Officer and the Office of Protective Services to better educate employees on cybersecurity, espionage threats, terrorism threats, and personal security best practices. To report information security threats, intelligence threats, insider threats, or other concerns, see the POC list on the last page of the newsletter.
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ACES Walk-In Tech Support – New Satellite Location
Beginning April 8, visit the ACES Walk-In Tech Support outside the Auditorium in the West Lobby on Wednesdays between 10 a.m. and 12 p.m. The ACES technician will be available to assist with your ACES-provided computer and mobile devices, Multifunction devices (MFDs), and standard ACES applications. No appointment is necessary; service will be on a first come, first served basis. See the ACES Walk-In Tech Support Web page for details. Contact John Klutzke, 358-2581 with questions.
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STI Training and Awareness
ITCD is conducting a training and awareness campaign to make HQ users more aware of the NASA Scientific and Technical Information (STI) program. This program collects, processes, archives, and disseminates scientific and technical information and is essential to helping NASA avoid duplication of research by sharing information. Training on the request process is now available in SATERN (search OTH-004-03) and is highly recommended for those who publish/approve STI. To ensure the request system is configured with the appropriate information for your Division, contact Darline Brown.
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New Request Process for HQ Forms
The process for requesting new HQ forms or revisions to existing forms is changing. Effective April 6, requests must be submitted using the new NASA HQ form NHQ-1 (Request for New or Revised Headquarters Form), which will be located on the HQ Electronic Forms Web page. Several training sessions will be held over the next few weeks for Forms Owners and Forms Liaisons.
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New CTC Workshops for Mac Users
The Computer Training Center is now offering a new workshop for Mac users: Excel 2011 for Macintosh - It Starts With a Cell - Excel Basics. Students will learn about elements of the screen, basic tools, cell formatting, printing tips, and more. Additional Mac workshops coming soon (Formula Wizards, Excel Edge, In the Pits With Pivot Tables).
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