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1 What is Your Security IQ?
2 Introduction: Exercise
3 Introduction: Learning Objectives Personal: What can I do to protect my personal security? Data: What can I do to help ensure that child support data is protected?
4 Introduction: Learning Objectives Office: What can I do to make my office more secure?
5 Child Support Workers Managers and/or Supervisors Systems Staff Policy Staff IV–D Directors
6 Personal: Benefits of Technology Credit Cards ATMs Smart Cards Online Internet Access
7 Personal: Downside of Technology Credit Cards ATMs Smart Cards Online Internet Access
8 Personal: Increased Access Technology has increased access to personal data
9 Personal: Protection What I can do to protect my personal information?
10 Data: Work How does this relate to our work lives? –NCP data –CP data –Dependent data
11 Data: Information State–wide system –Printouts –Hard files –Correspondence –Diskettes
12 Data: Confidentiality What does it mean to me? –Your State Requirements –Your State Penalties
13 Data: Federal Disclosure §453 & §463 –Who, Why, How and What can be disclosed Know what your limitations are
14 Data: Protection What I can do to protect Child Support Enforcement Program data
15 Office What I can do to protect my physical environment
16 Summary SECURITY IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY!
17 Security Action Plan What are you going to do now?
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