ICT security affects the entire University community—one compromised or infected computer can impact the productivity of everyone connected to the University network. IT security is a collective responsibility.
We take many steps to maintain ICT security at the U of S; however, it is important for everyone to ensure the security of their personal computers (and computers they are responsible for).
- Although you are responsible for the security of your personal computer, there resources available to help you manage this responsibility. Learn about Securing the Virtual Me.
- We have developed Top 10 steps to better IT security to help you ensure your computer, and the information stored on it, is secure.
- Learn about our recommended best practices and guides for your mobile devices and technology in our mobile device security guides.
- Phishing is an increasing problem that we need to be watchful for to protect ourselves and our information. Learn how to identify phishing attempts.
- Reporting security issues helps keep us all safer.
- Remember to use anti-virus software to help keep you safe.