Enterprise Security hosts Cybersecurity Days each fall to provide meaningful training and resources to the university community. This year they have expanded the event to offer something for everyone. One specific area of focus is the security needs of researchers. Ohio State recognizes the challenges researchers have protecting the integrity and confidentiality of research data.
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Amazon Web Services (AWS) is coming to Ohio State! Join us for an immersion day to meet members of Amazon's team and take a deep dive into learning about AWS, including how it can help you and how to use it securely.
This day will be an engaging, tech-driven event focused on helping you accelerate and secure your journey on AWS. The presentation includes an overview of AWS core services and techniques to secure them. Topics will include security, authentication, elastic cloud computing, best practices for using AWS, networking, use cases, architecture and technical labs.
If you are interested in a future career in the world of information technology, or if you just would like to know how to best protect your online identity and data, Cybersecurity Days Community Forum is a great opportunity to pick up the latest info.
Cybercrime is a crime of opportunity, and your data is a lucrative business. That’s why everyone needs to pay more attention to his or her digital life. Interested in learning more about how you can protect yourself?
In the past, you could simply avoid taking part in the digital world and lead a private, offline life. That's no longer the case. In fact, because so many of the companies you do business with collect personal information, you could assume your information is already in the hands of cybercriminals. We can’t avoid leaving digital footprints.
Cybercrime is a crime of opportunity, and your data is a lucrative business. That’s why everyone should pay more attention to his or her digital life. Interested in learning more about how you can protect yourself?
IT Security is increasingly at the forefront in the modern world. Data breaches and IT security topics are in the news all the time. Users need to understand good cyber hygiene to prevent breaches from occurring.
Ohio State considers cybersecurity one of the university’s top priorities. Resources on our new website cybersecurity.osu.edu will teach you how to protect yourself and how to protect Ohio State.
Tax related phishing attempts frequently occur, because criminals would love to get their hands on your W-2 so they can steal your identity and/or your tax refund. This article (new for 2018 tax season) is posted to share with you what you should expect and what a legitimate W-2 email sent from Ohio State looks like.
A new type of phishing scam is targeting online shoppers, reminding us to be aware of how we interact with websites and that phishing attacks can come from many sources, not just email!
The Enterprise Security team's mission is to improve the security awareness and profile of the university. We wanted to make you aware of this scam that could cause you loss as a consumer.
The Enterprise Security team's mission is to improve the security awareness and profile of the university. This includes making you aware of important cybersecurity new items. A Joint Analysis Report has been released by US-CERT providing details on malicious activities undertaken by Russian Civilian and Military Intelligence Services (RIS).
This week we’ve seen a surge of phishing attacks against the university. Most recently we spotted a malicious website posing as a login page for BuckeyeMail and wanted to bring it to your attention. Please avoid clicking on links in emails when possible and always verify you’re at the site you meant to be at before entering user name and password. If you receive an email phish please report it to firstname.lastname@example.org. By informing us, we can more easily target and block other emails and sites from the same source.
It’s easier to be comply with legal and regulatory requirements if you’re aware they exist. In the Information Security Standard, LEG1.1 legal and regulatory review requires that organizations periodically perform a cyber-legal review, to ensure they keep up-to-date with applicable laws and regulations. To assist Ohio State organizations with that task, Enterprise Security is pleased to offer this course presented by cyber-legal expert Chris Ingram who explains the current regulatory environment and changes that everyone need to be aware of.