Learn security tips on how to protect your information and devices from cybercriminals.
A new version of Zoom is available with more security features than ever before! Update today.
You can now enable multi-factor authentication for your Microsoft Office 365 account.
Student workers on the Information Security Team are piloting a podcast focused on educating the University community about cybersecurity topics.
Currently, there is an increase in phishing and scams surrounding COVID-19, including fake coronavirus relief payments and illegitimate charities.
While we make the transition to working and learning remotely, Zoom has been a valuable tool. Learn about important Zoom security settings to help you avoid meeting disruption.
Google has deactivated over 500 fraudulent Chrome browser extensions.
During events like the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID 19), cyber attackers often use these opportunities to, unfortunately, try to take advantage of the situation.
Beware of recent email phishing scams involving fake job offers and gift card requests, and learn what to do if you receive a suspicious email.
Learn how to protect yourself and your information during the rush of holiday shopping.
This October, IT Solutions wants to help you learn more about the importance of cybersecurity and how to protect yourself.
Microsoft Outlook's new option allows you to quickly report phishing and junk emails.
Beware of recent phishing scam involving fake emails posing as University financial aid communications.
Any smart devices connected to your home's WiFi can be vulnerable to cybercriminals if they are unprotected. Stay safe with these security tips.
A recent breach compromised information from Capital One credit card applicants and Capital One credit card customers.
Add these three positive habits into your social media routine to ensure your privacy and protect your character online.
Before you buy anything online, ask yourself a few key questions to make sure your information is safe from cybercriminals.