Security

Securing Your: Password | Personal Stuff | Sensitive Information

SOFTWARE PATCHES & UPDATES

COMPUTER VIRUSES AND WORMS

AVOID PHISHING SCAMS & PROTECT YOUR IDENTITY

SECURITY-RELATED POLICIES

BANNER PASSWORD ISSUES

WHAT TO DO IF YOU'VE BEEN HACKED OR INFECTED

Staff or Faculty: Disconnect your computer from the network, but do not unplug your machine. Contact your the help desk administrator as soon as possible.

Students connected to the Campus Network : Disconnect your computer from the network, but do not unplug your machine. Contact the IT Help Desk at 613-4357

RESOURCE LINKS
  • SANS OUCH! Newsletter - The first consensus monthly security awareness report for end users. Find out what to look for and how to avoid phishing and other scams plus viruses and other malware -- with the latest attacks as examples. Current and past issues available.
  • OnguardOnline.gov - provides practical tips from the federal government and the technology industry to help you be on guard against Internet fraud, secure your computer, and protect your personal information.
  • National Cyber Security Alliance - Simple steps, practices and resources a consumer can use to learn the basics on how to better secure their home computer from cyber threats.