University investigates data breach, notifies affected people

Update 12/23/13: The University is offering people affected by this incident the option of a one-year subscription to a credit monitoring service that monitors activity at all three credit bureaus, at the University’s expense. The University is notifying these people … Continued

Cyber education and the next generation of cyber leaders

Week four of NCSAM focuses on Cyber Education and the Next Generation of Cyber Leaders. In order to be secure, we need individuals who can use the Internet safely, securely, ethically, and productively and to build a workforce of cybersecurity … Continued

Conrad, Marinshaw and Waddell author ECAR research bulletin

A new research bulletin, Protecting the Security of Research Data, has been published by the EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR). Authored by Larry Conrad, vice chancellor for information technology, Ruth Marinshaw, assistant vice chancellor for research computing and Stan … Continued

Phishing arrives via phone, text or email

Beth McGuire was at her desk at the Ackland Art Museum when she received the call on her work phone. “The person told me that they represented Microsoft Outlook and that they were calling to warn me that my computer … Continued