The next time you connect to Wi-Fi on campus, choose IU Secure as your network instead of “attwifi” for a faster, safer connection.
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If you notice a sudden change in your computer’s behavior and think it might have a virus, don’t panic. Not all such maladies are fatal, and you have several options.
Always be suspicious of any email that asks you to divulge personal or financial information, is urgent, or contains a link to a website that does not match the organization sending the email. Never give control of your computer to a third party unless you can confirm that the third party is legitimate.
IU offers departments access to the same high-performance and high-availability hardware used for important university apps and services.
IU notified the Indiana attorney general’s office yesterday of the potential exposure of personal data for some students and recent graduates.
IU’s IT-28 policy is designed to reduce vulnerabilities and exposure as much as possible to protect IU’s digital information.
Secunia Personal Software Inspector scans your computer for missing security patches and vulnerabilities.
A few simple precautions can help protect your computer from the bad guys.
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The Knowledge Base can show you how to lock up your information if you haven’t already.
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IU has an emergency website to keep you informed about campus closures, weather conditions, and other emergencies.
With a passphrase vault, you create a single strong passphrase to protect the vault, and the vault program securely stores the rest of your passwords and passphrases for you to access whenever you need them.