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On Thursday, December 31, 2020, Adobe Flash Player will reach “End of Life” (EOL) status. This means the program will no longer be distributed, supported, or updated by Adobe. The lack of available security updates after the EOL date means that continued use of Flash Player would not only pose...Read more

Zoom has released version 5.0 this week as the next step in its continuing efforts to improve meeting video and data security. Most notably, the update adds support for improved encryption, which Zoom plans to activate on its networks May 30, 2020. In preparation for this important change, CIT...Read more

When you’re organizing a Zoom session, it’s important to take steps to prevent unwanted attendees and unwanted behavior (“ zoombombing ”). Options include setting passwords, limiting who can enter your meeting, restricting what attendees can do in the meeting, and not publishing meeting links...Read more

Zoombombing is when an unwanted attendee—possibly from outside the university—disrupts an online meeting. It’s been on the rise as web meetings become essential to keep higher education going. The university has taken steps to reduce the likelihood and impact of disruption in Zoom.Read more

For units who have signed up for Certified Desktop, the following alternative security tools may be considered acceptable for meeting compliance requirements. Units should consult with the IT Security Office on deployment and reporting considerations.

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