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Keep Your Halloween Cyber-Trick-Free

As we close out National Cybersecurity Awareness Month on this sunny Halloween, we hope that some of the tips we have shared have been useful. The more you know, the more you are prepared for the monsters, zombies, and mummies that are out there. Whether you’re on your phone, tablet, or computer, remember to Own IT. […]

Cybersecurity Tip #3 – Protect IT: if you connect, you must protect

It’s essential to take proactive measures to enhance cybersecurity at home, at work, and when you’re out and about. In previous weeks, we addressed how to best own and secure your personal information. Now, we need to safeguard all of that invaluable data, so here are some tips to help you “Protect IT.” Keep a Clean Machine: […]

Cybersecurity Tip #2 – Secure IT: play hard to get

This week’s cybersecurity focus is to “Secure IT.” by educating yourself about phishing. The simple definition of phishing is social engineering using digital methods for malicious purposes. The definition is fluid due to constantly changing technologies, but some examples include: Malicious Email – It can look like it comes from a financial institution, an e-commerce site, […]

Cybersecurity Tip #1 – Own IT: manage your privacy

This week’s cybersecurity focus is to “Own IT.” by managing your privacy. Your devices — smartphones, laptops, and wearables — make it easy to connect to the world around you, but they can also pack a lot of info about you and your friends and family, such as your contacts, photos, videos, locations and health and financial […]

It’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month!

October is upon us — the season of pumpkin spice lattes, fall foliage, and Halloween. Did you also know that October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month? That means it’s time to learn about some easy steps you can take to be safer and more secure online. Held every October, NCSAM 2019’s theme is: Own IT. Secure […]

Beware of Phishing Email Attacks on Campus

Computing Services has received an increased number of reported phishing emails being sent to ASU employees. Many of these messages are being sent in an effort to impersonate the President’s account to trick you into replying to the message or sharing information with the scammer. This is a classic example of a “spear phishing” attack, […]

Cybersecurity Tip #5 – It’s a Hacker’s Paradise

As we close out National Cybersecurity Awareness Month on this snowy Wednesday, we hope that some of the tips we have shared have been useful. The more you know, the more you are prepared for the various threats that are out there. Whether you’re on your phone, tablet, or computer, remember that it’s our shared […]

Cybersecurity Tip #4 – Phishing: Don’t Get Hooked!

Cybercriminals have become quite savvy in their attempts to lure people in and get you to click on a link or open an attachment. This type of attack is called phishing. Phishing attacks use email or malicious websites (clicking on a link) to collect personal and financial information or to infect your machine with malware […]

Cybersecurity Tip #3 – Safety Tips for Mobile Devices

We are now well into Cybersecurity Awareness Month and hope some of the tips we’ve shared have been helpful. This week’s topic is how to stay safe while using your mobile device. Today’s mobile devices — including smartphones, laptops, and tablets — are as powerful and connected as any personal computer. Remember to take the […]

CS Maintenance for tonight + Cybersecurity Tip #2

***Thursday Night Maintenance*** We have several maintenance items scheduled for this evening: First, beginning at 7:00 PM this evening, we will be reindexing and updating App Xtender. Then, beginning at 9:00 PM, we will be installing Windows Updates to all PCs on campus. Users are encouraged to log off but leave their computers on when […]

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