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3430-v7 Security Essentials for Fermi Sysadmins Greg Cisko Training & Education
Tune IT Up
15 Dec 2016
3427-v9 Basic Computer Security Greg Cisko Training & Education
Tune IT Up
13 Dec 2016
3450-v1 Configuration Management, Policies and Procedures Presentation Don Petravick Training & Education
Tune IT Up
Configuration Management
23 Oct 2015
3451-v3 Protecting Personal Information at Fermilab: Advanced Course Irwin Gaines Training & Education
Tune IT Up
07 Nov 2012
3431-v6 Security Essentials for Fermilab System Administrators Keith Chadwick et al. Training & Education
Tune IT Up
09 Dec 2011
3437-v1 Certificates, Browsers & You Frank Nagy Training & Education
Tune IT Up
10 Nov 2010
3168-v2 ITIL & ISO20000 Implementation Roadmap at Fermilab Mark Kaletka et al. High Performance Computing
ITIL Processes and Functions
Tune IT Up
18 Feb 2010
3435-v2 New Fermilab VPN System David Coder Training & Education
Tune IT Up
16 Nov 2009
3511-v1 Creating Secure Software - - Computing Techniques Seminars
Computer Security
Tune IT Up
02 Nov 2009
3442-v2 Tune IT Up Campaign Overview Mark Kaletka Training & Education
Tune IT Up
30 Sep 2009
3443-v1 Network Identity Management for Windows David E Schuman Training & Education
Tune IT Up
29 Sep 2009
3438-v2 Tissue and AV Detector Greg Cisko Training & Education
Tune IT Up
29 Sep 2009
3436-v1 KCA Certificates for LINUX Firefox Connie Sieh Training & Education
Tune IT Up
28 Sep 2009
3432-v2 Get Cert on OSX Ben Segbawu Training & Education
Tune IT Up
28 Sep 2009
3358-v1 A fraemwork for baselines addressing the CIO's concerns. Don Petravick Tune IT Up
Quality Assurance
01 Sep 2009

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