While we are working from home and keeping our social distancing, attackers are working hard to take advantage of the current pandemic.
Don’t let your guard down just because you are on a mobile device. Be just as careful as you would on a desktop!
New security profiles will detect threats and prevent them from taking action against the network and online services.
Practicing good cybersecurity is always a primary goal for the campus, but it takes on an even more important role during this turbulent time period.
Easy accessibility to personal information makes these devices a target.
Digital environments are an integral part of higher education and the need to protect students, faculty and research data while allowing space for effective collaboration is an increasing challenge.
IT Services is in the process of distributing the Symantec antivirus product to the entire university.
Password phrases provide a way to make unique and memorable passwords that meet the university’s security requirements.
The Active Directory migration continues to move all departments and environments to the new domain.
Dr. Veysel Erdag, Chief Information Security Officer at UA Little Rock, provided information during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month that helps everyone be better protected when using the internet.