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Topics to Be Covered:Functions, jQuery, APIs, Scope, Closure, Hoisting, and 'this'.
Date & Time:
2/21/2017 1:00 - 4:00PM ET
Mark Brown II
Be sure to bring your laptop to class. We will be using JSBin and the Chrome browser.
The Cybersecurity Framework developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) with the strong involvement of the private sector and others has quickly emerged as a leading approach for organizations to understand and improve their management of cyber risks in the context of broader enterprise risk. Initially intended for use by organizations in the critical infrastructure, the Framework has been embraced by organizations in all sectors of the economy and is beginning to be used internationally. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has strongly encouraged federal agencies to use the Framework, too. In this session, NIST officials will cover the basics about the Framework and share guidance, insights, and examples that will help federal managers – including but not limited to those involved with information technology policies and operations – to understand how the Framework can help their organizations. CIO officials and staff at Commerce agencies and those who work with industry constituents are invited and encouraged to participate.
Topics to Be Covered:The five core functions of the NIST Cybersecurity framework, which include Identify, Protect, Detect, Respond, and Recover.
Previous experience with cybersecurity, risk management, and privacy issues is highly recommended.
Date & Time:
3/7/2017 1:00 - 2:30PM ET
Adam Sedgewick and the NIST Cybersecurity Framework Team
No software required
This introductory-level course will cover techniques and methods of qualitative data collection for design research, including in-depth interviewing, focus groups, and participant observation.
Topics to Be Covered:User Experience (UX) Design, Usability Testing, User Research
Date & Time:
3/21/2017 1:00 - 4:00PM ET
Directions from within HCHBThe Commerce Research Library has two entrances and is located in northwest corner of the building on the 1st floor, directly below the gym. The entrance at Room 1894 can be accessed via the 8th corridor elevator at the north end of the building. The second entrance at Room 1984 and can be accessed from the 6th corridor elevator.
Directions from outside of HCHB (DOC staff only)HCHB is located at 1401 Constitution Avenue, NW and is easily accessible from two metro stations, Federal Triangle & Metro Center. The closest entrance to the library is on the corner of 14th & Pennsylvania Ave. Check in at that entrance with the guards, then follow the red signs to the Commerce Research Library. Questions? Call us at 202-482-1154. Bringing a visitor? See full directions on our website.
The Commerce Data Service is a public startup within the Office of the Secretary, tasked with enhancing the contribution of data to the economy and American well-being. Our team of skilled engineers, data scientists, and UX/UI experts are teaching Commerce Data Academy courses.
The goal of the Commerce Data Academy is to help educate and empower employees within the Department of Commerce to make data-driven decisions.
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