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  • Welcome to the Information Security Resource Center
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    Welcome to "secureinfo.oregon.gov." We're pleased to bring the residents of Oregon, and our Internet visitors, the Information Security Resource Center (ISRC). Here you'll find resources that will help you secure your information both in cyberspace and in the physical world.

    We'll add and update material on this site on a regular basis so please check back frequently to find out what's new.

About the ISRC Organization of the ISRC

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Now more than ever, our personal information is at risk from hackers, identity thieves and other criminals. And it's not just computers and the Internet that are the problem - there are lots of risks offline ranging from phony phone calls to criminals retrieving your personal information from dumpsters.

Please take some time to look around the ISRC Web site. You'll find lots of great information plus fun and educational games and activities for children, all designed to make you more aware of how to keep your information secure.
About this Site's Sponsor
The Information Security Resource Center is sponsored by Oregon state government's Enterprise Security Office, a section of the Oregon Department of Administrative Services.
This resource center is divided into three main sections. You'll find links to the topics listed below in the left navigation bar.
Basic Principles of Information Security
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In the first section, we'll take a look at basic principles of information security and then look in more detail at some of the many threats that face you.
Current Concerns
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In the second section, we'll focus on some areas of current concern such as identity theft, and how to help build kids' awareness of danger areas on the Internet.
Resource Library
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In the final section, we'll provide a library of resources and guidance documents for anyone with responsibility for setting up a security awareness training program for his or her organization or business.
Test Your Knowledge
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On some of the pages, you'll see a link saying "Test Your Knowledge." This will open a pop quiz that you can use to test your understanding of each topic as you look through the site.