Fall 2018 Security Report Now Available

OIT Quarterly Security Update (Fall 2018)

Our Fall 2018 edition of the OIT Security Report is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we discuss how you can safeguard your personal information when using wearables, such as a Fitbit or Apple Watch, so you can track your fitness and keep your privacy. Our CSO discusses when an organization values empowerment, allowing employees to take responsibility for their own result, the organization has a greater chance of succeeding – especially in cybersecurity. Plus, Ms. Security returns with advice on phishing and why you shouldn’t worry about Distributed Denial of Service attacks because OIT does.

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Summer 2018 Security Report Now Available

OIT Spring 2018 Security Report

Our Summer 2018 edition of the OIT Security Report is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we show you how nearly everything that happens when you use a computer is written to a log on your computer or a server somewhere, discuss the new European privacy law called the General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, see how you can bring a Security Minute to your next meeting, plus more advice from Ms. Security.

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Spring 2018 Security Report Now Available

OIT Spring 2018 Security Report

Our Spring 2018 edition of the OIT Security Report is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we show you how you can use Cylance at home, discuss the death of privacy, see how new technologies in the SMU PD command center are helping to keep the campus safe, plus more advice from Ms. Security.

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Winter 2018 Security Report Now Available

OIT Winter 2018 Security Report

Our Winter 2018 edition of the OIT Security Report is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we discuss Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities, what is a Bitcoin, how certain physical activities can increase your cybersecurity vigilance, plus “Ask Ms. Security” returns.

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Fall 2017 Security Report Now Available

OITSecurity Awareness Report: Fall 2017

Our Fall 2017 edition of the OIT Security Report is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we discuss cyber hygiene and the Internet of things, introduce a new “Ask Ms. Security” column, plus see how to spot fake news.

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Summer 2017 Security Report Now Available

OIT Security Report 2017 Summer Edition

Our Summer 2017 edition of the OIT Security Report is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we discuss the rise in ransomware, how scammers are now targeting you via text message, results of our Cybersecurity Survey, and some personal Identity Theft stories.

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Quarterly Security Update for April 2017 Now Available

OIT Quarterly Security Update (April 2017)

Our latest edition of the OIT Quarterly Security Update is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we discuss how technology is helping the police in an interview with SMU Police Chief Rick Shafer, how the Clery Act reveals campus crime on college campuses, how campus lockdowns work, how toll tags can speed up your parking in the morning, and how the Access Control Initiative is improving the requesting and approving cards and codes.

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Fall 2016 Security Report Now Available

OIT Security Report 2016

Our Fall 2016 Edition of the newly revised OIT Security Report is now available to the SMU community. In this edition, we discuss Cybersecurity Awareness Month, how ransomware is impacting industries and you, a warning from a victim of a scam, credit card fraud, how to secure your smartphone, and how our simulated phishing emails help our community learn to spot the red flags of spam and phishing attempts.

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