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  • Personal IT Security Tips

    • Backing up the data on your computer is a best practice for many reasons. One great reason is protection against ransomware. Simply put, ransomware is malicious software that cybercriminals...
    • October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, focusing on our shared responsibility to keep the online community safe for everyone. This year's theme is "Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart." and...
    • Own your online presence and update privacy settings on your connected devices, social media, and online services. Your personal information is like currency. Value it. Protect it. Take this...
    • Learn how to protect yourself online and help guide others in the right direction. Stay #CyberAware and #BeCyberSmart. Your digital footprint matters. Online attackers often impersonate...
    • For information on how to teach remotely, visit the Center for Teaching Innovation's Planning for Teaching Remotely. See what tools can help you work remotely. Please also see COVID-19:...
    • Still puzzled about passphrases? Follow along with this discussion on what they are and how to create them.
    • Whether for personal reasons (illness, family care, etc.) or broader situations (pandemic, severe weather, etc.), you may need to be able to conduct your work from remote locations. This article summarizes how university IT services can help with that.
    • These days, the Internet touches nearly every aspect of our daily lives. When we all take steps to secure our connected devices and data, we all benefit. When using a computer, phone, or tablet,...
    • October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), an annual campaign to raise awareness and ensure that everyone has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online. The...