Monthly Archives: October 2013

ITS Technology Workshops for November

This fall, ITS has scheduled many workshops about educational technology topics,web design & social media, the phone system.and Microsoft Office. The scheduled classes for November are posted below. If you are interested in attending any of these classes, please register

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Use Secure Passwords & Caution on Open Wi-Fi

This is the last of the updates for National Cyber Security Awareness Month.  Today we are going to look at passwords, web browsing and open Wi-Fi networks. Why are secure passwords so important? If someone knows your network password they

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Protecting Personally Identifiable Information – Part 2

Two weeks ago we saw ways to identify phishing messages and last Monday we learned how important it is to protect personally identifiable information (PII). We are going to continue the discussion of PII today. Avoid storing personally identifiable information

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Protecting Personally Identifiable Information

College employees are obligated to protect Personally Identifiable Information (PII).  This applies to all college employees including student employees. What exactly is PII? Different state and federal agencies have different definitions, but PII generally includes: name, address, phone number, Social

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Gone Phishing

This is National Cyber Security Awareness Month.   Students, faculty and administrators all have a role to play.  It is important to never respond to these phishing messages.  They are designed to trick you into giving up important information.  Want to

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