Created and designed and now piloting the new SM

I rolled out my new FEMA presentation for FEMA Region-4 peeps at Florida State University in Tallahassee, FL.


At this time, this course is the semi-final pilot so I’m almost there!

Obvs, I had to incorporate a great preparedness campaign from my friends at the CDC. ┬áHave you heard of their preparedness campaign before? It costed the CDC a killer $87 (Get it? I’m so punny).


How about them Zombies?


Classroom activities make it easier for our all-hazards partners to come up with good messaging during preparedness, response, and recovery.


Shared experiences and open discussion amongst public safety providers allows for solid social media solutions to be developed for many common issues.


Participants use various hardware and software platforms to complete each assigned performance-based task. This showcases the spectrum of social media that spans hardware and software differences.


Final will be presented for certification in August in FEMA Region-9 at the State of California Emergency Operations Center located in Sacramento.


So nervous! But seriously, I’m so excited for this project, I can’t even…

@rusnivek

Free Tips because October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month #WOPR

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month!

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Here’s a few tips that could help you to enhance your Cyber protection:

  • Don’t click on strange or funky links.
  • Make sure your antivirus software is regularly updated.

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  • Only click on links that are from trusted sources.
  • Download the latest updates/patches for your computer programs.
  • Monitor and review your child’s online activity.

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  • Backup all your files regularly.
  • DO NOT click or play weird computer games like Global Thermonuclear War

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  • And please DO NOT talk to computers named Joshua.

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“How about a nice game of chess?”

@rusnivek