IT Security

Remember! IT Services will never ask for your password over the phone or in an email. Always be suspicious of requests for personal information via email, even from known contacts.

Preventing your computer from becoming infested with harmful software and securing your data from loss or theft are growing increasingly important. Keeping your information and your equipment safe requires active vigilance on your part.

IT Security News

  • IT Services speaker series: DHS agent Chad Adams
    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. 
  • IT Services speaker series: FBI agent Shun Turner
    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. 
  • Simple Steps to Online Safety
    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.