UA Little Rock IT Services strongly supports National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) each October.
Users can send their location and destination to UA Little Rock Dispatchers as well as share their route on campus with a friend so they can track their progress safely.
Several members of the IT Services department, along with IT professionals from Arkansas and beyond, recently attended the in-person 2023 Arkansas IT Symposium.
Have you ever heard the term ‘Zero Trust’? Does it mean that you cannot be trusted? Or, you cannot trust services provided by IT Services?
This initiative is designed as a two-year plan to deploy video cameras across all areas of the campus.
As cybersecurity threats become more frequent and sophisticated, the SOC will evolve to protect the research, educational, and business goals at UA Little Rock.
This year IT Services enhanced the access method for logging into all UA Little Rock applications by implementing Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Single sign-on (SSO).
Mac device compliance ensures they are properly updated and that the required antivirus software is running on them.
IT Services has implemented policies, procedures, and technologies to protect information and privacy for all employees.
By adding more layers of security through MFA, the university benefits from a solution that secures data from unauthorized access and protects resources.