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DoDLive recently met with Michael Reheuser, Director of the DPCLO, to discuss how to protect PII on the Internet; tips that service members, DoD employees, and their families can take to ensure and maintain operational security across multiple social media platforms; and the importance of being careful about the kind of information we are sending via social media.
New common access cards will not display a member's social security number, but rather their new DoD ID number.
From smoke signals to social media, we've come a long way in a relatively short period of time. Our communications have become increasingly open and portable. While this makes for a more convenient way to communicate, it also opens up risk factors for sharing information unwittingly. (This video is not affiliated with or produced by DoD.)
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