Cybercriminals’ top priority is a real-life payout. For Ohio State student systems, that means criminals may target money that comes to students in the form of refunds, grants, scholarships, loans or other financial aid. If criminals get your user name and crack your password, they may be able to divert funds scheduled for direct deposit into your bank account and send the money to their account instead.
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The 2018 Ohio State calendar, featuring university holidays, semester start dates and commencements is now available from the Office of the Chief Information Officer and the Office of Distance Education and eLearning. The PDF version is available to download, print and share with colleagues. You can also download the iCal at https://go.osu.edu/2018ical to add the dates to your work calendar or smartphone!
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.
Beginning Sunday, November 5, multifactor authentication will be added to the Student Information Systems behind Buckeye Link that store personal and financial information. You may already be using multi-factor authentication to log in to other accounts at your bank, email, gaming sites or social media sites.