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(Updated on September 14, 2017, 6:20 am)
DEAR STUDENTS AND PARENTS: THE DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS AFTER SEPTEMBER 15TH WILL ONLY BE POSTED ON THE INFINITE CAMPUS PORTAL. 9.14.17 Bergenfield High School Daily Announcements Today is Day 4 BHS Quiz Bowl will be holding an informational session this Friday right after school in room 120. If you are interested in trivia and academic competition, ask Mr. Baldwin to learn more! Harrisburg University and the University of Hartford will be here TODAY during lunch. Please stop by their tables, ask questions and see if any of our visitors might be of interest to your future plans. Any staff interested in buying Bergenfield High School football gear should see Coach Violante in the main office. All clothing is being bought through Fan Cloth again and the sale ends early this week. The Bergenfield Food Pantry is in need of supplies! The Health office will be collecting donations until Friday, October 7th. Please stop by the health office with your donations. Attention class of 2020! Apparel order forms are due to Ms. Papa by Friday, September 22nd! You can get an order from form from outside of the English workroom or your English teacher. Attention all students: if you intend to meet a teacher during lunch on the 2nd floor please have a blue pass filled out and signed by the teacher you plan to visit. Attention all students: itâs time to get loud, itâs time to join the official student section of BHS Athletics! Come support our teams and BHS. See Mr. Smagula for details. Attention Seniors! Senior hoodie forms are due this Friday, Sept. 15. Forms should have been received in your English classes. No exceptions will be made. Please hand in forms to Alexa Alvarez or other class officers by 3pm on Friday. Attention all faculty: please review fire drill evacuation procedures with your students. We will be conducting an evacuation drill this morning. Once students are outside, the lightning detection system indicated by an alarm and strobe light will signal indicating reentry to the school to simulate a response to lightning. Thank you for your cooperation ahead of time.
By Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Adrian T. White, Naval Network Warfare Command Public Affairs
NORFOLK (NNS) -- Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) Norfolk has put together a list of ways the Navy's Sailors, civilian employees and contractors can be safer with their computers, both at home and at work.
In the often unpredictable world of cyberspace, protecting Navy computer assets is vital. Off duty, knowing how to protect your family from the dangers lurking online is paramount -- a 24 hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week job. To help all Department of the Navy employees better understand how they can achieve this goal, NIOC Norfolk has created a new brochure for reference. Located on the same site is free anti-virus software available to all Sailors, DoD civilians and contractors.
The free anti-virus software and brochure is available at: https://infosec.navy.mil/main/index.jsp.
Only those at a .mil computer and using their Common Access Card (CAC) can download this software via file transfer protocol to their computer. However, once downloaded, the software can be saved to a compact disk and installed in home computers. Your command's Information Security Manager (ISM) should also be able to provide you with a copy of the program on compact disk.
Online threats include viruses, worms, "Trojan Horses" (e-mails with worms or viruses hidden in them), spyware, malware, intrusion and identity theft. To guard against these threats, the first step is to backup all important information stored on personal computers at least once a week and keep these backups in a safe place.
Strong passwords prevent unauthorized access. A strong password consists of at least eight characters and should include letters, numbers and special characters. It is also recommended to use a unique phrase and change it often.
Unauthorize software and other downloads present a serious risk to network security. Typically, software and programs from nationally known vendors are preferred.
NIOC Norfolk also suggests www.cert.org/homeusers/HomeComputerSecurity as a good source for home cyber safety tips.
For more news from Naval Network Warfare Command, visit www.navy.mil/local/nnwc/.