Information Security Webpages
This page is part of the University's new information security webpages. You can visit more pages to learn how the University practices information security to protect its Information Technology Resources and the part you can play.
Information security user awareness training is now available to staff and faculty. You will learn how to practice information security using principles and best practices to create human security against cyber-attacks. Learn more about the awareness training.
Multi-factor Authentication (MFA)
MFA, also known as two-factor authentication (2FA) is now available to staff and faculty. It provides an additional layer of security when logging into an IT system by carrying out extra identity verification of a user before access to a system is granted. Learn more about the University’s MFA implementation.
For Researchers - Research Raiders: How to Protect Collaborative Data
(This article is an external publication by EDUCAUSE.)
College and university research departments often collaborate on data collection and analysis, with the aim of a more thorough and expedient validation of findings. Yet the transfer and/or processing of this valuable material can put institutions at risk of losing intellectual property and sensitive information...