Call on the IT Service Desk
If you suspect your computer or data have been compromised, call the IT Service Desk immediately at x4357.
View the SECURITY AWARENESS PRESENTATION 1.0 presentation for faculty, staff and students (pdf) from Information Services.
Visit OnGuardOnline and test your "cyber smarts"
Visit and bookmark OnGuardOnline.org. It's a definitive source - an informative, entertaining site created by the federal government and the technology industry. Get experts' top tips for computer security. Watch videos about online safety, take quizzes to test your "Cyber Smarts" and increase your knowledge.
Visit StaySafeOnline, creating a culture of cybersecurity
At StaySafeOnline.org, the National Cyber Security Alliance has created a "culture of cybersecurity" through public and private partnerships. They educate computer users at home, work and school how they can protect and secure personal and organizational systems and sensitive information.
Handy handouts and checklists
StaySafeOnline.org has developed a series of Tip Sheets to provide in-depth information on how to stay safe in a variety of online settings: on social networking sites, on gaming sites, and on mobile devices.
College policies that protect YOU and the College
Downloading Legal Media
Student Infringement of Media Copyright Policy and Procedures (Illegal downloading of music)
Information Security Awareness for New Faculty and Staff Policy