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Mandatory Training


MANDATORY TRAINING


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REQUIRED TRAINING - ACTIVE DIRECTORY ACCOUNT:


All newly assigned personnel must in-processing  with S6 Automations to obtain an local Active Directory account to access the Fort Gordon network.  Once your access have been established; it is the individual responsibility to track their training requiiements in Army Training and Certification Tracking System (ATCTS).

The following must be completed by all personnel in-processing   and annually upon direction of the battalion commander.  Each individual is   responsible for ensuring all required training is maintained in Army Training   and Certification Tracking System (ATCTS).  October is the Battalion Annual   Training Month of each calendar year.  Report to S6-Automation to start your   local account access request.  Soldiers and DA civilians must have supervisor,   duty location information and training listed current.  Contractors must have   their contract number, company information, duty location information, ID card,   and all training completed prior to obtaining both Local Active Directory and   Enterprise Email Account.


Army Training and Certification Tracking   System (ATCTS)

Newly assigned personnel must ensure their previous   installation accounts were closed prior to receiving an account at Fort Gordon.    Register or Login ATCTS and transfer your account under the:

TRADOC > Signal Center of Excellence > 15th Signal Brigade   > 442nd Signal Battalion Staff Only

PRO-File Certificate

Personnel with Enterprise Email Accounts must login and update   their location in MilConnet.

DoD Cyber Awareness Challenge or DoD Information Assurance (IA)

The Information Assurance (IA) Division, U.S. Army 442nd Signal   Battalion, Cyber Leader College, provides high quality Information   Assurance/Computer Network Defense training and certification for Department of   Defense personnel worldwide.  Question or issues contact Information Assurance   Division.  Email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



PLEASE NOTE
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If you are contacting IA regarding your   account:


We are unable to assist you with your AKO credentials. If you do not know   your AKO credentials, click the AKO link in the menu at the top of this  page.

If you created an account in the past but your account could not be found,   please provide the following in your email:If you created an account in the past but your account could not be found,   please provide the following in your email:

  • AKO username
  • AKO email address
  • Last Name, First Name, Middle Initial
  • Any other email address you may have used when creating an account in the   past (please list all possibilities)
  • Date you created the account or last took an exam

If you DO NOT provide all of the above information, your request may be   delayed due to lack of information or you may be forced to create a new   account.


U.S. Army Information Assurance Virtual Training

To complete the following training you must login into the US   Army Information Assurance Virtual Training site.  This site has transitioned to   CAC-only login.  Please make sure you are logged into your system with your CAC   in order to proceed.  If you have not associated your CAC with your account in   the past you will need to first login in via your AKO username and password in   order to do so.To complete the following training you must login into the US   Army Information Assurance Virtual Training site.  This site has transitioned to   CAC-only login.  Please make sure you are logged into your system with your CAC   in order to proceed.  If you have not associated your CAC with your account in   the past you will need to first login in via your AKO username and password in   order to do so.


Anti-Phishing Training
Army G3 Computer Security Training
Personal Identifiable Information (PII) Training
Portable Electronic Devices and Removable Media Handing
Safe Home Computing
Thumb Drive Awareness
Anti-Phishing Training
Army G3 Computer Security Training
Personal Identifiable Information (PII) Training
Portable Electronic Devices and Removable Media Handing
Safe Home Computing
Thumb Drive Awareness


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Anti-Terrorism Level 1 Training Application: This training must be completed annually.

*DoD Combating Trafficking in Persons Awareness Training:   (Warning) This training must be   completed annually. This training deals frankly and candidly with the   realities of trafficking in persons (TIP), which capitalizes on human misery and   exploitation.

*Data-At-Rest (DAR) Training: This training must be completed   annually.


ACCOUNT DOCUMENTATION:

Acceptable User Policy (AUP)
DD Form 2875, System Authorization Access Request (SAAR)




 

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Location: 543 Barnes Ave, Building 25604, Fort Gordon, Georgia 30905