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  • NetID+ Everywhere!

    Tuesday, April 3, 2018
    How to log in from SCAD Media, LLC on Vimeo.Read More
  • Optimize Your Use of NetID+

    Tuesday, March 13, 2018
    Two-factor authentication can be easy to use, with just a few tips! NetID Lecture from SCAD Media, LLC on Vimeo.Read More
  • Stay Safe in 2018 with These Security Tips

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    Tuesday, January 23, 2018
      The Information Security Office has a story in UA's employee newsletter Lo Que Pasa on staying safe in 2018.  Take a look for tips on securing your information and devices!Read More
  • New and Updated Information Security Standards

    Tuesday, December 19, 2017
    The Information Security Office has worked with campus stakeholders to develop two new standards and revise another standard to provide appropriate guidance in following best security practices.  The new standards are: Endpoint Encryption Standard (IS-S303):  Created to provide guidance on protecting University data, especially Regulated and Confidential Data, as defined in the University’s Data Classification and Handling Standard (IS-S302). Security Awareness and Training Standard (IS-S401):  Defines security awareness training requirements for University employees (including student employe...Read More
  • WannaCry Ransomware: What You Need to Know

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    Monday, May 15, 2017
    Since Friday, May 12, the latest ransomware threat has dominated news cycles, and rightly so (NPR’s  and CNN Tech's reports contain great information to help consumers understand this outbreak).   The malicious software has been called several variations of WannaCry, including WannaCrypt, Wana Decryptor, and W Cry.  Could This Affect Me? If you use a Windows PC and have not updated it recently, you could be vulnerable. Microsoft released patches for its more vulnerable systems, including older operating systems (e.g., Windows XP and Windows Server 2003).   What Should I Do? University systems...Read More

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