Force protection.
Information assurance.
Operational security.

Without you, these are just words.
It's up to you to make them work.
 
There are people in the real world and the virtual world who want to do us, our families, our Army and our nation harm. This page offers a variety of resources to help you improve your own personal force protection, information assurance and operational security. In the end, your security depends to a large extent on the actions you take to protect yourself.

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FORCE
PROTECTION
INFORMATION
ASSURANCE
OPERATIONAL
SECURITY

GOOD TO KNOW INFO

Fact sheet: vehicle decals

Army "Timeline of Terrorism" website

CJCS Antiterrorism Self-Help Guide

Info Paper: Antiterrorism Fundamentals for Teenagers

Info Paper: Antiterrorism Fundamentals for Parents



TRAINING
PRESENTATIONS

 

POLICY DOCUMENTS

 

GOOD TO KNOW INFO

Presentation: The Cyber Attack Cycle

Cybersecurity Booklet: Protecting Operational Information

Booklet: Cyber Threat Vignettes

Guide: Cyber Threat Resources, Tips and Information

Brochure: Avoiding Phishing Scams

Cybersecurity Fact Sheet: Securing home networks

Cybersecurity Fact Sheet: Using public networks

Cybersecurity Fact Sheet: Disposing of old computers

Cybersecurity Fact Sheet: Cookies

Cybersecurity Trifold: Defend Yourself

Trifold: Defend Yourself Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2011

Publication 25-2: Secure Use of Social Networking trifold pamphlet



TRAINING
PRESENTATIONS


Family member social networking information

Facebook privacy tips

Additional Cybersecurity
Online Training


POLICY DOCUMENTS

AER 25-2: Army in Europe
Information Assurance

GOOD TO KNOW INFO

1st Information Operations Command operational security pamphlet

STAND-TO! Information on the Army's new Threat Awareness and Reporting Program



TRAINING
PRESENTATIONS


Subversion And Espionage Directed Against the U.S. Army (now known as Threat Awareness and Reporting Program)

66th Military Intelligence Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (formerly SAEDA) briefing

OPSEC for family members

POLICY DOCUMENTS

AR 381-12: Threat Awareness and Reporting Program (TARP - formerly SAEDA)
 

PRODUCTS AVAILABLE TO ELIGIBLE REGISTERED USERS ONLY 

iAssure (Information Assurance link)
iWATCH products on Army Knowledge Online
Antiterrorism Level 1 training
Army Knowledge Online antiterrorism enterprise page
Army in Europe Information Technology Training web site
Social Networking Systems/Sites Awareness training
Army Europe Policy on information technology and information assurance workforce training and testing
  Additional information assurance links
U.S. Army Office of Information Assurance and Compliance web site
Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002
National Institute of Standards and Technology computer security handbook

 
OTHER VIGILANCE PRODUCTS  


FTC ID theft site
(includes presentations, pamphlets and other resources designed specifically to help U.S. military personnel and families)


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POLICY DOCUMENTS

AER 190-13: Army in Europe Physical Security Program

 

 

 

 
 

Focused on the threat of terrorist activity ... from the US Army Office of the Provost Marshal General

Click above for iWatch program info

Click here to report suspicious
activity or behavior


iWATCH on Army OneSource


U.S. State Department travel alerts

U.S. State Department travel tips


New USAREURAntiterrorism Division
travel guidance and individual protection
measures trifold



IN FOCUS: JUST THE FAQ



FAQ: Information Assurance
 


FAQ: Force Protection
 


FAQ: Operational Security
 

VIGILANCE IN MULTIMEDIA


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AFN report: Guarding our gates

Vigilance: Not another AFN spot

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U.S. Navy OPSEC spot

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