Ohio State is constantly maintaining and updating its campuses to make a great first impression on incoming and potential students and their families. The impression we make online is equally important.
Author: Beth Varcho
Cybersecurity offers fun and challenging careers, and shows like Homeland, CSI Cyber and Mr. Robot have made it cool.
But to really captivate the security geniuses of tomorrow, observing isn’t enough. They want to get involved and be challenged. That’s idea behind CoolTechGirls’ Think Like a Hacker event on Dec. 3.
In early November OCIO introduced an automated process that will make it much faster to set up student employee (S) and organizational email accounts.
More than a year ago we kicked off the first phase of the course enrollment data warehouse implementation, using BuckIQ to make it easier and more efficient to adjust classes when student interest exceeds section capacity.
This week we were pleased to present an iPad to randomly chosen winner, Patient Care Coordinator Jared Bader, of 5 Tower Cardiovascular Inpatient Unit at University Hospital East. It's not too late to sign up for BuckeyePass, a winning proposition for everyone, since it adds an extra layer of protection to your personal information in Employee Self Service (ESS)
As of Monday, September 12, BuckeyePass is protecting your personal information in the Employee Self Service (ESS) system within Human Resources. BuckeyePass is a multi-factor authentication service that provides a second layer of protection for university. You may already be using multi-factor authentication to log in to your bank account, email or social media accounts.
Data security is an ever-increasing concern, and now that Ohio State has outlined best-practice security control requirements that we are all striving to meet, departments are working to find the best way to maximize their resources to meet recommended standards. If you need to strengthen your data center and disaster recovery posture, the OCIO has offsite storage and colocation services that can help you achieve your goals.
While it’s true that there are many great reasons to have qualified IT professionals distributed across the university, it’s also true that all these professionals working together on common IT solutions can yield a better overall IT experience for Ohio State students, faculty and staff. Over the past 18 months, the IT Partnership Council, a group of IT leaders from units across the university, has articulated a common vision and direction for IT that is summarized in the University IT Strategy. Th
The information security landscape is ever changing, but you can keep up with regular trips to cybersecurity.osu.edu, a new, one-stop shop for the Ohio State community. You’ll find the same information security data that you’ve always counted on OCIO to provide, as well as the most up-to-date information about security. It’s all in a new, updated interface that’s easy to search and use.
Some questions you can find answers to on the site include: