National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is the perfect time to think about cybersecurity and your online safety.
IU has selected the Connect-ED communication service by NTI to provide a notification system that will be capable of reaching faculty, students, and staff on all eight campuses.
During National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, UITS would like to remind all IU users to regularly download and update your security software.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a nation-wide campaign to educate you about cyber threats and how to avoid them.
The IU Information Security Office and UITS recommend switching to a passphrase if you haven’t already.
Indiana University has selected the Connect-ED communication service by the NTI Group Inc. (NTI) to provide a notification system that will be capable of reaching faculty, students and staff on all eight campuses within minutes. The service, part of the broader “IU-Notify” initiative, will be implemented with limited capabilities in October, tested in phases through fall, and should be fully functional by the end of the calendar year.
The search for a system with these capabilities was part of a university-wide security review conducted after the Virginia Tech shooting incident.
Protect yourself – download your music and movies legally.
In a new attack referred to as the Storm Worm, hackers are sending out spam email messages suggesting that you have received an electronic greeting card from a friend, family member, or mate.
Here are a few rules for being a safe and responsible user of technology resources at IU.
For security and accountability reasons, UITS expires registrations on the residential and Greek subnets annually before the start of fall semester move-in.
Passphrases offer you a chance to be more creative when securing your university information.
Phishing is a form of fraud where email is sent out to collect your personal information and often looks like it comes from legitimate companies
Faculty and staff responsible for maintaining sensitive data: A strong disaster recovery plan is essential.