When working on campus or with campus resources, there are things we can do to protect the campus from data loss. The following articles detail what you can do to protect campus resources.
Imagine waking up in the morning to find an intruder living in your house, wearing your pajamas, eating out of your refrigerator, using your bank account, and answering the phone pretending to be you every time it rings. Maybe your initial reaction is to keep the situation to yourself because you don’t want to have […]
Would you like to learn more about what you can do to keep yourself and your campus safe? Another resource you have available to you, beyond the required S&T yearly security training, is the Percipio cyber security training modules. Login to Percipio to search for more cyber security training videos and access the required security […]
The Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI) Cyber Division warns that Higher Education institutions are getting targeted more frequently by ransomware. For more information on the increasing threat of ransomware attacks on universities see the EDUCAUSE Review article titled “The Increasing Threat of Ransomware in Higher Educations” here.
Howard University in Washington, D.C is the latest victim of ransomware. Ransomware is a form of cybercrime where malicious actors gain unauthorized access to an organization’s cyber resources and use that access as leverage to get the organization to pay a ransom. It has become a big problem for many organizations that has a presence […]