Cyber security at the Lab has a new, but familiar face. Dwayne Ramsey has been named the new Computer Protection Program Manager (CPPM). Dwayne sees balancing the Labís scientific mission with the need to protect the Labís information and assets as the main goal of his new position. Read more.
The latest phishing wave to hit the Lab involves US Bank, which the Lab uses for corporate credit cards. If you are a corporate cardholder and have received an email which appears to have been sent by US Bank, don’t take the bait. Phishing emails are randomly being sent using a spam list that also includes individuals who do not even have bank accounts. USBank does not have Lab employees email addresses. Read more.
ESnet will hold a workshop in Auditorium 66 from Oct. 27 - 29 to help plan the future directions for ESnet Collaboration Services. ESnet Collaboration Services provides a number of online services aimed at improving collaboration among researchers at the national laboratories and universities served by ESnet. Read more.
Flying high above the Earth and capturing infrared images of the NASA Space Shuttle on reentry not only gave Bruce Balfour an opportunity to use his artificial intelligence training, but ideas for his subsequent science fiction novels. Read more.
Each summer Computing Sciences hosts its own Summer Student Program with students from various universities in the United States and abroad. The program gives students an opportunity to gain relevant research experience while pursuing their degree. Read more.
Telephone Service Center Holds Annual Training
The annual training session for telephone coordinators will be 10:30 a.m. - noon on Wednesday, September 8, in the Bldg. 50 auditorium. This year's training will focus on finding the most up-to-date information on the Telephone Service Center's (TSC) website. Anyone interested in learning more about TSC is invited to attend.
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