Monthly Archives: June 2017

 

CGCIO Scholarship Application Deadline Extended

    Scholarships Toward CGCIO Certification Available to NJ GMIS Members   Dear NJ-GMIS Members:   Have you considered advancing yourself and your career through IT Management training? Are you aware of the Certified Government Chief Information Officer program, the only local government CIO certification program in the country? And that you can get a […]
Are you planning on joining us at TEC 2020? If not, you should. We have an amazing keynote who will impress and mo… https://t.co/OteKD6v1wN
Hey, that’s us! It was great to see so many public and private sector members at the #njleague this week! https://t.co/euaYKD9E6B
Be there or be un-secured! Join us for this critical session on cyber security and let us help you navigate the eve… https://t.co/9CI4G0cQU8
Word on the #njleague exhibit floor is we’ve got the coolest swag in town! Come stop by booth #1936 to see what the… https://t.co/5bXOt81Whg
Govt orgs have critical data to protect. How do you do it? What happens if you don’t? You will not want to miss thi… https://t.co/0RWUnjguSE
Does your New Jersey public sector organization use technology? Of course it does! Stop by our booth at the NJLM co… https://t.co/HRYD2AAX8U
Thank you to all who participated in our fourth annual cyber security seminar yesterday! Attendees and sponsors can… https://t.co/KX6gjj5XjG
Have you experienced a ransomware attack? Mike McClintock from Atlantic County Utilities Authority has and been ha… https://t.co/iV9yxDgFF6
Great resources from Chris Baker #CyberSecurity https://t.co/OYxvaXbYuh
Current Cyber Threats from @FBI Task Force Officer Chris Baker #CyberSecurity https://t.co/PNAKmld4B5
A quick break and we are getting ready to start the next round of sessions. We still have donuts! https://t.co/qqFScbNpzv
Thank you for being here with us! And you heard it people, there’s prizes! https://t.co/yp4znwlRea
Hey-if you are at our Cycber Security event at @TCNJ let us know and check in to our event https://t.co/4ShE7Oyd4K
Take away from the first session- NEVER underestimate the hackers. #CyberSecurity https://t.co/NufwbiRkI9