In an increasingly popular email scam, criminals create fake email addresses that look like they’re coming from a campus user.
The administration has approved a plan to upgrade Active Directory and move all university-owned devices to the new version.
Hackers keep trying to get malicious Windows file onto MacOS
It’s Valentine’s Day and love is in the air. You may think you spend a lot on flowers or chocolate, but losing money in a romance scam would cost you even more.
IT Services has enabled new security warnings in Gmail in the event that you receive a suspicious email.
The IT Services National Cyber Security Awareness Month speaker series featured Chad Adams, Cyber Security Advisor, Region VI of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, in DSC-D on Wednesday, October 24.
The IT Services speaker series featured Shun L. Turner, Supervisory Special Agent, Cyber Squad – FBI Little Rock, in the SSC-104 Auditorium on Thursday, October 25, to present and discuss various topics related to the National Cyber Security Awareness Month (October), now in its 15th year.
Data breaches, phishing attacks, stolen identities, invasion of privacy, ransomwares …. Cyberattacks are becoming increasingly common, more sophisticated, and not only target our data, but they are also trying to gain financial benefits.
UA Little Rock IT Services is aware of the news and rumors being circulated in the media about Moscow-based cyber security giant Kaspersky Lab and its suspected ties to Russian intelligence.
According to numerous reports, a widespread ransomware campaign exploiting a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows is affecting various organizations.