Let's Get Technical

Lots of OnGuardOnline.gov visitors appreciate our practical, plain language tips for securing computers, avoiding fraud, and being smart online. But what about the tech savvy users – IT professionals, cybersecurity specialists, and other super computer users? OnGuardOnline.gov has something for you, too, and you can find it on our new Techies Page.

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Perhaps you’re looking for educational materials for your company’s employees. OnGuardOnline.gov makes it easy to grab our games and videos and print off copies of our articles for training sessions.

Or perhaps you want information about the latest security threats. Sign up to receive technical cyber security bulletins from the U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT). You also can find data security guidance for businesses, or investigate career development opportunities supported by the Department of Homeland Security.

Check out the new Techies Page, and post a comment to let us know what you think or to suggest other federal government resources we should include.


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The link is fixed now. Thanks for letting us know!


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Thanks a lot.

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