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A common starting point for many scams is by email. A newly identified imposter scam involves a phishing email that leads to vishing or a "voice phishing" attack, designed to trick you into contacting a cybercriminal and giving up your credit card number and other personal details. As with all...

The COHSEC project team and stakeholders are nearing the launch of Stage 2 for bringing the Cority Environmental Health, Safety and Quality software service to Cornell.

The next meeting of the IT Security SIG is Wednesday, May 12, 2021, from 10:30am-12noon on Zoom. The IT Security SIG is sponsored by the Cornell IT Security Office.

The Cornell cloud community and its university partners are excited to announce the inaugural Higher-Ed DevOps Conference on June 2-4, 2021. This event is a satellite program of the Cornell Cloud Forum, focused on helping the higher ed cloud community share best practices, tools, and lessons...

Cornell and IT leadership are focused on charting a course through online storage changes that will support the university’s mission, efficiently and economically.

The first annual Identity Management Day is Tuesday, April 13. Cornell has signed on as a 2021 Champion to help ensure a culture of digital identity security for all. Take steps to own your online presence. #BeIdentitySmart.

This tax season, be alert for scams targeting taxpayers and especially educational institutions. Stay safe from criminals claiming to be from the IRS and watch out for suspicious or phishy communications. Scams take many forms, including phone calls, texts, and email. Learn how to protect...

AppSMTP, a service used to deliver email to users from multi-function printers and scanners, applications, and monitoring devices, has been updated. Owners and administrators of processes that use AppSMTP must register their device and application email processes before April...

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