Stay safe online as well as in the real world.
Last week, a number of university email accounts were targeted in a spam attempt and University of Utah Department of Public Safety warned the public of an ongoing scam in our community.
Starting Nov. 21, U employees will be required to use two types of authentication to log into CIS, Box, VPN, Citrix and other online applications in order to better protect employees’ sensitive information.
With the start of another school year, consider brushing up on these tips to keep your passwords and digital information safe and secure.
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You realize it a moment too late: You fell for a malicious email, clicked a bad link and entered your password on a suspicious site. You’ve just been phished! Now what?
UIT provides online safety tips for National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
BEWARE OF PHISHING Please remain wary of emails linking to websites crafted to mimic legitimate U resources. Phishing emails continue to be sent to campus accounts and stolen login credentials are being used submit direct deposit change forms. Effective immediately, all direct deposit changes must be accompanied by a copy of your University ID card. […]