Information Security

Every day, faculty, staff and students access resources and log into systems that contain secure data. Therefore, it is vitally important to understand how to keep data secure and ensure that your computer is safe from attack or other malicious activity and your login IDs are not compromised.

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Safe Computing, Personal Antivirus, and Firewalls

Information Security Training is necessary to ensure that every person affiliated with the University has the same understanding of what information security is and how each piece of information should be handled.

It is imperative that we protect and secure the University's information together since no one person can keep all the information secure alone.

Employees have two different types of training available to them, depending on their needs. The Managed Employee Information Security Training article has information regarding mandatory training that may be assigned to employees to meet certain laws, regulations, or standards. The Optional Information Security Training article has course information for more generalized, non-mandatory employee information security training. Please refer to the articles in this section for further information.

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Identifying Spam and Phishing Attempts

Things to look for when you've received a potential spam message.

PCI Recharge

Information in PCI machine compliance and Frequently Asked Questions