The first time you connect a device to one of Ohio State’s secure wireless networks, you may be presented with a certificate to accept. This certificate tells your device the network can be trusted, and it lets you know it is safe to enter your username and password to connect. The current certificate used to authenticate “osuwireless” and “eduroam” networks will be expiring, so the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) plans to update this certificate ahead of that expiration date.
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Are your computers, smartphones and tablets up to date? If you’ve been hitting snooze on the latest update, now is the time to let your device patch itself.
Information technology and cybersecurity fields are constantly evolving, making it crucial for professionals to keep up with the most current information, education and trends. Enterprise Security at The Ohio State University is making sure IT professionals within the university and the Wexner Medical Center are at the forefront of these ever-changing fields.
Enter Cybersecurity Days.
As our offices are increasingly “paperless,” safeguarding data is more important than ever. Security is a priority, but back-up of data is also important.
Many colleges and business units use file shares, BuckeyeBox and other helpful tools that ensure data is stored offsite and/or that back-ups occur automatically. These tools are a great start, and we recommend that you continue to use them as you always have.