October is National Cyber Security Month, a nationwide campaign designed to increase understanding of Internet security and help the public avoid malicious threats on the Internet.
Plan to attend one or more of the following events and register each time to win several awesome prizes, including a GoPro, a wireless Bose speaker and more!
Bookmark this page, as it will be updated with more information as it becomes available.
Tuesday, October 2 – 11am-2pm
Reynolda Hall, Green Room
Longer passwords are stronger passwords, stronger password requirements
Monday, October 8 – 11am-2pm
Benson Food Court
Don’t click links-nothing is free! Beware of attachments and downloads (viruses)
Monday, October 15– 3pm-4:30pm
University Corporate Center, Room 1009
Be careful what you share on social media (personal data), limit what you share online, data sharing/who has access to your information/sensitive data
Security Essentials Class – PDC Event
Thursday, October 25 – 3:30pm-4:30pm
Phishing, whaling and basic cyber security presentation by Tom Pace of Cylance, sponsored by Dell Computers.
Please join Information Systems on Thursday, October 25th for a National Cyber Security Awareness Month event, in Pugh Auditorium from 3:30pm-4:30pm.
As part of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, Information Systems is pleased to host Tom Pace of Cylance. Tom is an adjunct professor and teaches a cyber security course at Tulane University. He is also an expert in incident response and remediation and has worked within the banking, government and higher education environments as an incident response investigator, security contractor, and security educator. Tom will share his expertise on protection from phishing and threat tactics. This event is sponsored by Information Systems and Dell.
Attendees will be registered to win a Chromebook and the winning name will be drawn at the end of the presentation. Must be present to win!
Monday, October 29 – 10:00am-3:00pm
Benson 3rd Floor Rotunda
Faculty and Staff, what’s your crash plan? If you’ve ever lost data, or if you’re afraid of losing data, or if you’d just like to learn more about this “CrashPlan” program, please drop in anytime to learn about the University’s data back-up solution, CrashPlan, and to ask any questions you may have about it. Representatives from Information Systems will be on hand to show you the ropes and answer your questions!