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Better to be Safe than Sorry!

Recently, social media has become a huge part of everyday life and business. It has changed the way we interact with our family, friends, and associates. Social network sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, etc. can be a great asset to our communication, but can also pose a high risk for security threats. Listed below are a few ways you can keep yourself and your information safe:

• Only accept “friends” and “followers” if they are people you actually know and trust personally.
• Keep a strong password on your accounts, using special characters and capital letters, and avoiding “common” passwords such as birthdates and children’s names. Also avoid using the same password on multiple social media accounts.
• Don’t post your location.
• Avoid posting specific vacation plans before they happen, as this could trigger interest in your house as an easy burglary target.
• Don’t click on advertisements from unknown sites.
• Don’t share your personal information over social media sites.
• Set your profiles to private.
• Beware of people posing as your friends, by using their pictures and information to create a fake profile.

In a highly tech-savvy world, it is imperative that you take the precautions to keep your information safe and sound!

FSO Information

Laura Ponder
Email: Laura.Ponder@DNIgov.com
Phone: (405) 526-1030

Paula Brown
Email: Paula.Brown@DNIgov.com
Phone: (405) 320-5695

Protect Your Clearance!

WHEN IN DOUBT, REPORT!

Failure to report to your FSO life events such as name change, changed marital status, foreign travel, financial concerns, foreign travel, etc. could result in revocation of your clearance! Visit this link for more information http://www.cdse.edu/documents/cdse/CDSE_RR_JobAid.pdf

Insider Threat Indicators

The 13 Personnel Security Adjudicative Guideline

Indigenous employees shall report relevant and credible information coming to their attention regarding cleared employees. Such reporting includes information indicative of a potential or actual insider threat that is covered by any of the 13 personnel security adjudicative guidelines listed below.

• Allegiance to The United States
• Foreign Influence
• Foreign Preference
• Sexual Behavior
• Personal Conduct
• Financial Considerations
• Alcohol Consumption
• Drug Involvement
• Emotional, Mental, And Personality Disorders
• Criminal Conduct
• Security Violations
• Outside Activities
• Misuse of Information Technology Systems

For more Information Click Here

Insider Threat Reporting Sources

Insider Threat Program Senior Official
Laura Ponder

Phone - 405-526-1030
E-Mail – laura.ponder@dnigov.com
Employee Hotline: 405-526-1030
E-Mail: fso@dnite.net

Anonymous Contact Form

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DOD Hotline numbers

Defense Hotline
The Pentagon
Washington, D.C. 20301-1900
(800) 424-9098
(703) 693-5080

Office of the Inspector General
Central Intelligence Agency
Washington, D.C. 20505
(703) 874-2600

NRC Hotline
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commision
Mail Stop TSD 28
Washington, D.C. 20555-0001
(800) 233-3497

DOE
Office of Inspector General
1000 Independence Avenue,
SW Room 5A235
Washington, D.C. 20585
(800) 541-1625