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Latashia Mccormick

Latashia Mccormick: What it’s like to work in cybersecurity

This month, for Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we asked Latashia Mccormick, Risk Team Lead with the Information Security Office (ISO), to share what it’s like working in cybersecurity and what she brings to the job. A native of Kinston in eastern North Carolina, Mccormick has worked in information security for 14 … Continued





Digital Accessibility Office

Siteimprove showcases Carolina’s digital accessibility efforts

The Digital Accessibility Office’s efforts to create an inclusive digital experience for everyone at UNC-Chapel Hill are chronicled on the website of a global tech company. In September, Siteimprove, a Danish company that provides digital marketing optimization technology, published a customer case study about how the Digital Accessibility Office (DAO) … Continued





Network firewalls help protect UNC-Chapel Hill

October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a national campaign now marking its 18th year. In conjunction with other efforts to promote online safety and security, ITS will share cybersecurity tips, resources, and stories about how the Information Security Office works to help keep us and the University safe. In this Q&A, … Continued





Retiring Remedy, apps migrating to ServiceNow

Remedy platform will soon be decommissioned

ITS is nearing the finish line for decommissioning Remedy. ITS groups expect to migrate the remaining Remedy applications by the end of January. When ITS rolled out the ServiceNow platform to various University organizations in July 2019, ServiceNow replaced Remedy Request for Service, the most commonly used request tracking application … Continued





Brad Held

DAO’s Brad Held understands firsthand the need to remove barriers

Now that Brad Held has been leading the Digital Accessibility Office for more than two years, many accessibility-minded staff and faculty members at the University recognize his name. Other Carolina faculty and staff have worked closely with and know Held. But even they may be unaware that he appreciates accessibility … Continued




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