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July-September 2001 Issue
In the military medical system there are currently two methods for making appointments; through the central appointment desk ...
July-September 2001 Issue
Beginning in spring 2001, Department of Defense (DoD) employees began receiving a new identification (ID) card. This card, ...
October-December 2001 Issue
Today's workplace demands a new kind of worker. Data is dispatched in picoseconds and gigabits and this deluge of ...
January-March 2002 Issue
Introduction The uncertain balance between personal privacy and national security has become even more delicate following ...
April-June 2002 Issue
"Information warfare is believed by many to be the means by which the next 'big' war will be fought and, more importantly, ...
October-December 2004 Issue
Identity theft occurs when a person illegally obtains another person's name; Social Security Number; bank or credit card ...
October-December 2004 Issue
I would like to state up front, that I wrote this article because I lost a bet. No money changed hands. The bet was just a ...
April-June 2005 Issue
Mentoring young professionals and guiding and inspiring the workforce is a top priority for the Navy-Marine Corps leadership ...
April-June 2005 Issue
You are traveling through another dimension — a dimension of bits and bytes and information. It is a journey into a wondrous ...
July-September 2005 Issue
Active Duty Alert Helps Combat Identity Theft Identity theft is a growing crime in the United States. Consumers, ...
October-December 2005 Issue
Because of the current problem with identity theft, verifying identification cannot be taken too lightly, especially when ...
October-December 2005 Issue
FISMA Fundamentals The Department of the Navy (DON) is required to comply with the Federal Information Security ...
July-September 2006 Issue
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced June 3 that active-duty Sailors may be affected by the theft in May of ...
October-December 2006 Issue
With recent reports of potential violations of sensitive personal information by federal agencies, the Office of Management ...
TAGS: IA, Privacy
January-March 2007 Issue
Department of the Navy (DON) networks are under continuous attack by an invasion of "spam on steroids." There has been a ...
April-June 2007 Issue
Consider this scenario: a major university in the Eastern United States finds that its Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps ...
October-December 2007 Issue
During the past 12 months, there have been more than 100 privacy breaches resulting in the loss of personally identifiable ...
October-December 2007 Issue
During the past 18 months, the Department of the Navy (DON) has reported more than 100 incidents involving the loss of ...
October-December 2007 Issue
The Department of the Navy (DON) is a dynamic enterprise with personnel constantly on the move between the office, temporary ...
October-December 2007 Issue
We've all heard nightmarish tales of identity theft, but that only happens to someone else, right? Wrong! Security breaches ...
January-March 2008 Issue
All DON personnel should continue to increase their level of awareness about properly safeguarding personally identifiable ...
April-June 2008 Issue
All Department of the Navy personnel should continue to increase their level of awareness about properly safeguarding ...
July-September 2008 Issue
The dawn was cold and gray as Joe slipped on his coat and swallowed the last bit of coffee. Last night's research was ...
July-September 2008 Issue
All Department of the Navy personnel should continue to increase their level of awareness about properly safeguarding ...
TAGS: Privacy, RM
October-December 2008 Issue
All Department of the Navy personnel should continue to increase their level of awareness about properly safeguarding ...
January-March 2009 Issue
Ever wonder about the dedicated people behind the Defense Travel System (DTS), the fully integrated, electronic, end-to-end ...
January-March 2009 Issue
All Department of the Navy personnel should continue to increase their level of awareness about properly safeguarding ...
April-June 2009 Issue
During the past year, the Department of the Navy has experienced problems relating to turning in excess information ...
TAGS: Privacy
April-June 2009 Issue
The following is a recently reported compromise of personally identifiable information (PII) involving the transmission of ...
July-September 2009 Issue
The following is a recently reported compromise of personally identifiable information (PII) involving the improper disposal ...
TAGS: Privacy, RM
October-December 2009 Issue
The following is a recently reported compromise of personally identifiable information (PII) involving the theft of storage ...
October-December 2009 Issue
Welcome to the Virtual Life, where we can tailor reality to suit our tastes. Applications like Second Life can give us the ...
January-March 2010 Issue
The following is a recently reported compromise of personally identifiable information (PII) involving the disposal of ...
April-June 2010 Issue
The following is a recently reported data breach involving the disclosure of personally identifiable information (PII) on ...
TAGS: NEN, Privacy
July-September 2010 Issue
The following is a recently reported personally identifiable information (PII) data breach involving the loss of media ...
October-December 2010 Issue
In this installment of the CHIPS Web 2.0 column we are bringing you a selection of news and tips about collaborative media ...
October-December 2010 Issue
It has been 10 years since President Clinton signed the E-Sign Act ("Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce ...
October-December 2010 Issue
The following is a recently reported data breach involving the disclosure of personally identifiable information contained ...
January-March 2011 Issue
If you have any doubt that you could be the next victim of identity theft — think again — because new ways to beguile you ...
January-March 2011 Issue
It is with great pleasure that I write my first CIO column for CHIPS magazine. I began serving as the DON CIO in late ...
January-March 2011 Issue
David Wennergren was selected to become the new Assistant Deputy Chief Management Officer (DCMO) for the Department of ...
January-March 2011 Issue
As the DON CIO, Mr. Halvorsen heads the Office of the DON CIO and is the DON's senior official and adviser on matters ...
January-March 2011 Issue
The Social Security number (SSN) has evolved beyond its intended purpose to become the identifier of choice for many of the ...
January-March 2011 Issue
The nine-digit Social Security number has been used since 1936 to track a person's wages for the purpose of accruing ...
January-March 2011 Issue
Human error is the cause of 80 percent of the DON's PII breaches. Not knowing or not following guidance, or just being ...
TAGS: Privacy
January-March 2011 Issue
How do thieves steal an identity? Identity theft starts with the misuse of an individual's personally identifiable ...
January-March 2011 Issue
Department of Justice provides information about how to prevent identity theft, as well as what to do if you become a ...
January-March 2011 Issue
A memo from the Under Secretary of Defense issued Nov. 23, 2010, (DTM 13798-10, "Social Security Numbers (SSN) Exposed on ...
January-March 2011 Issue
The Department of the Navy Central Adjudication Facility (DONCAF), a Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) ...
January-March 2011 Issue
Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, located in Southern California, is the largest Marine Corps installation on the West ...

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