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The Content Corner: Making Those Connections

The Content Corner: Making Those Connections

A (possibly infamous) blog post from last Friday and the discussion/debate that followed reminded me of several important points that we all may lose sight of during our hectic schedules. 1. Audience Determines the Message The first big item was that audience determines message; or more importantly, the best way to reach your audience may force […]

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Social Engineering and Social Media

Social Engineering and Social Media

WEBINAR This is a DGU friend event sponsored by the Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, Cyber Online Learning Program. This course will explore the vulnerabilities inherent in social media and an online presence in general.

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6 Digital Media Trends for 2015: You Can Make Them Accessible!

6 Digital Media Trends for 2015: You Can Make Them Accessible!

Resolutions and predictions abound this time of year. If you’ve already lost the fight to finally give up sardine ice cream, you can always resolve to maintain or improve your digital media accessibility. Some people say that accessibility and Section 508 compliance squashes innovation and new trends, but with the right approach, you can make […]

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Readiness, Recovery, Response: Social Media Cyber-Vandalism Toolkit

Readiness, Recovery, Response: Social Media Cyber-Vandalism Toolkit

Cyber-vandalism presents a serious challenge to online-based communication tools. Users need available resources to counter intrusions of social media accounts. This document provides guidance and security practices to federal, state, and local government employees. Suggestions and resources prepare users to respond to cyber-hijacking. and will empower digital users to make informed choices and enact future […]

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Training Trends in 2014

Training Trends in 2014

In recent years, DigitalGov University (DGU) has evolved from a prescriptive training program to a more agile program looking to federal government leaders like you to share the innovations, tools, resources, hurdles and case studies of how you work to meet the digital expectations of the 21st century citizen customer better. Whew. That’s a mouthful. […]

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How Government Can Prepare for and Respond to Social Media Hacks

How Government Can Prepare for and Respond to Social Media Hacks

WEBINAR We will discuss what federal agencies can do to help protect their social media and digital engagement services from cyber-security vulnerabilities, and how they can respond if incidents occur to quickly and effectively maintain public trust. The discussion will include an open question and answer session to ask the experts how our agencies can better address concerns from emerging threats in the rapidly evolving social media space.

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