The Medical Center provides an overview of three updates to its security policy for mobile devices that will soon be implemented.
Phishing emails attempt to lure users into disclosing their personal information. Learn how to discern between a phishing email and the real deal.
A secure disposal service for University-owned electronics is now available free of charge
IT staff were on hand to test students’ information security knowledge in a series of games at Rush Rhees Library’s annual Scare Fair.
Seven IT staff were honored by the Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services (SIGUCCS) for their video “Phishing Bells.”
A test of AlertUR, the University’s emergency notification system, will occur Thursday, October 18 at 6:30pm. In case of an emergency, alerts are sent … Read More