- Safe Computing/Buckeye Secure
Information on general security topics, such as spam, identity theft, and how to protect your computer.
- Information Risk Management Program
Details about the OSU Information Risk Management Program.
- Information Security Groups
Information regarding security-related groups, including current membership and how to join a group.
- IT Security Framework
Details about recommended controls, including simple checklists and tools for network administrators and IT security professionals.
- FY15 Year In Review (requires authentication)
Summarizes the FY15 accomplishments under the purview of Ohio State's Chief Information Security Officer.
Online training opportunities related to data security.
IT Security News
The Enterprise Security Group manages the SSL certificate process using InCommon as our vendor. It is possible to do wildcard certificates with this process, but only recognized owners of the domain space (i.e. the registered DNAs) may request wildcard certificates for their subdomains.
This is not a mandatory program; units are allowed to purchase from any retailer but OCIO IT Security offers this as a cost saving option with a reputable reseller that we have vetted.
We’re proud to announce the 2016 Ohio State University Cyber Security Day will take place on Thursday, October 20 at the Ohio Union. This year the theme is raising the bar.
Enterprise Security is releasing BuckeyePass, a multi-factor authentication service that provides a second level of protection beyond your usual Ohio State username and password. BuckeyePass is powered by Duo Security, a leading IT security company.
Beginning September 12, all university employees, including student employees, will be required to use BuckeyePass to log in to Employee Self Service within Human Resources.