In the past 24 hours, Information Security has been made aware of multiple cases of phishing attempts via shared Google documents. The specific examples I have seen have been sent from a gmail address (email@example.com) and have been named Faculty Evaluation.docx.
While not yet officially confirmed by The Chronicle of Higher Education, there is evidence suggesting a data breach has occurred there. A reasonable step at this time is to login to your Chronicle account and change your password to something unique to that site.
Zoom has been getting a lot of attention from the media and the criminal elements of the Internet due to its sudden, massive surge in popularity–10 million users to 200+ million users. There is not a popular application or operating system out there that has not had its share of major incidents...
Information Technology deployed a print release station to the University Book Store (UBS) on March 25th, 2020. This print release station is available for students, faculty, and staff to release their mobile print jobs from.
Many people prefer to keep their cellphone number private from work relations. Below is some information intended to provide you with the tools to facilitate this privacy.
Does standard call forwarding from my UNI extension reveal my personal number?