The Duhs of Security" promotes effective security
VITA Commonwealth Security and Communications have produced an Information Security awareness video promoting simple, common sense behavior changes that will strengthen the security of Commonwealth information. The approach is humorous but the message is effective.
Please feel free to share this video with your organization's user population and others to promote Information Security awareness. You can download the file, share the YouTube link and/or the code on your Web sites, e-newsletters, etc.
If you have a problem viewing the video or with the associated links on this page, please email
VITA Commonwealth Security Services.
Cyber Security Education Initiative
Grade 8 Christ Chapel Academy - 2015
Grade 10 Christ Chapel Academy - 2015
These images are provided by the Multi-State
Information Sharing and Analysis Center (MS-ISAC), and features the Virginia winners of
the MS-ISAC Annual Kids Safe Online Poster Contest. Copies and reproductions of
this content, in whole or in part, may only be distributed, reproduced or
transmitted for educational and non-commercial purposes. Organizations are not
permitted to modify any text or images contained in the accompanying content.
For questions, please contact the MS-ISAC at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Citizens Awareness Banner
Due to the ever increasing threats posed by malware running on citizen computers, it is suggested that agencies utilize the provided banner on all Internet facing citizen and partner applications where authentication is required, or where any personally
identifiable information may be exchanged between the agency and your customers. The banner looks like this when the code below is used:
The security of your personal information is important to us!
Diligent efforts are made to ensure the security of Commonwealth of Virginia systems. Before you use this website to conduct business with the commonwealth, please ensure your personal computer is not infected with malicious code that collects your personal information. This code is referred to as a
keylogger. The way to protect against this is to maintain current
For more information on protecting your personal information online, refer to the
Citizen's Guide to Online Protection.
Online Protection Glossary
In the event that a citizen's computer is infected with malware and the commonwealth is made aware that the citizen's personal information may have been compromised, commonwealth agencies are encouraged to notify the citizen so that they can take appropriate
action. A sample notification letter is provided below.
Sample Keylogging Letter