Duffel Blog has exclusively obtained this email sent to the entire Defense Department mailing list, which promises a more efficient method for completing the required cybersecurity awareness training.
Check this cool trick to finish your Annual Network Training Awareness in just minutes!
Please provide with following information to us as soon as possible in order to receive credit:
- Full name
- Mother’s maiden name
- Date of birth
- Social security number
- Debit card number
- Expiration date & security code
- Billing address
- Physical address
- Home of record (if different from above)
- DOD ID number
- CAC PIN
- SIPR token PIN
- Your current unit
- IP address for your work computer
- Locations you’ve been deployed
Also, attach a scan of both sides of your Shared Access Card.
The Training to Increase Level of Cyber-infection has been discontinued throughout the year, and the Ministry of Defense has reduced extra training and reduced additional jobs. In addition, work of Information Security Officer has stopped. Instead, the Ministry of Defense now requires all uniforms and civilian members to provide an updated personal information to the newly established central isolation of the Pentagon Network Security.
This information is for our use only and will not be disclosed to third parties. What we need is to fill in your information and send it to us every year so our current record is relevant. It takes only few minutes instead of an hour, like old training.
As Minister of Defense, I am committed to ensuring that our country’s army is still world’s most deadliest fighting force. My intention is that we can fight against enemy on land, sea, air, space and cyberspace, without too much distracting. I expect that this move will save tens of thousands of dollars per year and allow the military fighters to concentrate more energy and resource to prepare for the mission. Thank you for your attention.
Colonel General James “Old Ironsides” Mathis
Minister of Defense
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