Campus
Technology Services

Chem Lab iPad 6

See also:

Search CTS Help

KeepITSafe - National Cyber Security Awareness Month

 

YOU ARE THE TARGET: Many people mistakenly believe cyber criminals would never target them, that their computer or information has no value. In reality, individuals like yourself are the primary target. You and your computer are attacked every day. The first step to protecting yourself is realizing you are under constant attack. Having the resources at our fingertips that the Internet provides will continue to have a huge impact in how we live our lives. To safeguard our identities, our information, our data, it is important that we adopt good cyber security habits.

Please come back to this site for new information about cyber security throughout the month of October!

Week #5 - Social Networking
Social networking sites are powerful tools that allow you to communicate with friends and family around the world. However, be careful what you share, how you share it and with whom. To read more information about how to protect yourself please visit the following links.

Week #4 - Hacked... Now What?
At some point you may find your computer or your information compromised. The faster you respond, the less damage the attackers can do. To read more information about what to do please visit the following links.

Week #3 - Network Security
Wi-Fi Security - Wireless technology makes it simple to connect to the Internet. However, this technology can also make it easier for cyber criminals to monitor and steal your information. To read more information about Wi-Fi Security please visit the following links.

Protecting your Home Network - Your home network is also under constant attack. To read more information about how to protect you and your family please visit the following links.
  • Protecting Your Home Network Newsletter
  • Set up OpenDNS, which is a free service that helps ensure you connect only to safe websites. In addition, OpenDNS gives you the ability to manage what websites your family can connect to. The OpenDNS website walks you through step-by-step how to configure your Wi-Fi access point to use OpenDNS, helping secure any devices connected to your Wi-Fi network. Learn more about OpenDNS at http://www.opendns.org.
  • Securing Your Home Wi-Fi Network

Secure Printing - Printing can become a security concern if not done properly. Important documents can easily be picked up off the printer before you arrive.