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Making the most of technology safely and securely can seem overwhelming and confusing. However, regardless of what technology you are using or how you are using it, here are four simple steps that will help you stay secure.
Following these instructions you should be fully connected to the VPN appliance.
This article provides information on preventing, identifying, and/or responding to a malware attack.
This article provides general information about McAfee DLP end user notification when a file or message containing a Social Security Number (SSN) is sent in an email or copied to an external USB drive.
This article will provide a resolution to the issue that occurs when Mcafee Endpoint Security for Mac is unable to properly load or enable some features. Follow the steps in this article to address the McAfee Alert and add McAfee Inc as a trusted developer.
The standard screen saver lockout is set to 15 minutes. This security lockout feature should automatically initiate after the computer remains idle from user interaction after the standard, predefined time period. The user must then re-enter their password to gain access to the computer.
ISU employees must follow security-related best practices. Such practices are common across many different computer environments, and apply on personal computers as well as ISU computers.
This article provides general awareness information about and instructions for responding to phishing campaigns.
This article provides examples of student employment-related email scams.
Office 365 Message Encryption allows ISU email users to send secure protected emails with individuals outside of the University. This can be important to ensure messages securely reach the intended recipient, especially if sensitive data is included.
This article describes the steps to take and what to look for in an email to help you identify an email phishing scam and protect your personal information. This article is for students, faculty, and staff.
This article provides tips to stay safe online during the holidays. The target audience is students, faculty, and staff.
This article describes ransomware and advises employees on what to do if they think they have been infected by this type of malware.