Information Security News Archive
November 4, 2019 —
Your university UMnetID, email address, and password are your keys to using our campus systems. They allow you to log into your email, UMLearn, all of your student records, financial records and the important data you have stored on your personal or shared drives. Imagine if those keys got into the wrong hands?
January 21, 2019 —
What is Data Privacy Day? It’s an internationally recognized day intended to spark dialogue and awareness around how your personal information is collected, used and shared.
November 26, 2018 —
Thank you to all who participated in Cyber Awareness Month activities. 1,665 staff and students viewed UM Learn Phishing Module. Congratulations to the iPad Draw and Poster Contest winners...
October 15, 2018 —
Information Services and Technology will offer a free coffee and donut to every student who uses the Mobile Service Desk to update their signUM email account on October 23 and 24.
May 15, 2018 —
Cybercriminals use phishing emails to manipulate people into doing what they want, including providing personal information such as banking or identification records. Because of this element of manipulating human emotions, phishing is considered a kind of social engineering.
April 28, 2017 —
At the end of March, as part of National Fraud Awareness Month, Security Services, sent all employees a simulated phishing email that imitated a real attack.
Spring Cleaning? Upgrading? … Read these Data Security tips for disposing of your Electronic Devices and Media…
April 13, 2017 —
Special attention is required when you are preparing to dispose of electronic devices and media. Protecting the confidentiality of data that is stored on these devices is an important consideration.
March 17, 2017 —
Ransomware is a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid
November 16, 2016 —
Phishing simulations show a 50 per cent reduction in click-through rates
October 24, 2016 —
Protect yourself and the university against phishing attacks