If something appears too good to be true, it probably is. Check the warning signs, and instead of following the links on the social media platforms, go directly to the product or service websites.
IT Services has added Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) to the UA Little Rock Virtual Private Network (VPN) for a more robust, secure, and resilient service to faculty, staff, and students.
Cybersecurity experts from UA Little Rock faculty joined IT administrators to give a timely and informative discussion on how we can improve online security both on campus and at home.
Please join us in Dickinson Hall Auditorium 100 for what promises to be a very timely and informative discussion on how we can learn to improve our online security.
Attacks are not just targeting the individual anymore. Today, the purpose of the attacks has expanded to impact as many users as possible.
The Symposium provides the region’s IT executives an opportunity to gather for a day of networking, collaboration, and knowledge-transfer.
The new mobile device security policy is designed to ensure compliance with UA System policies, UA Little Rock policies, laws, and regulations. It is intended to ensure all employees follow safe computing practices when using mobile devices.
The online cybersecurity training program is designed to mitigate cyber risks as much as possible by increasing the cybersecurity awareness of UA Little Rock faculty and staff.
Cyberattacks are on the rise since working from home became necessary over the past year.
We continue to migrate university resources one-at-a-time over to a new, cloud-based single sign-on (SSO) service.