What is Information Security?
Information Security refers to policies and practices intended to protect information and information systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, perusal, inspection, recording or destruction.
What is cyber security?
It seems that everything relies on computers and the Internet now — communication (email, cellphones), entertainment (television, music), transportation (car engine systems, airplane navigation), shopping (online stores, credit cards), medicine (equipment, medical records), and the list goes on. How much of your daily life relies on computers? How much of your personal information is stored either on your own computer or on someone else’s system? Cyber security involves protecting that information by preventing, detecting, and responding to attacks.
Campus Information Security Policy - Approved by Executive Council December 4, 2012
Information Security News
- Cyber Threat Actors Expected to Leverage Major Storms for Fraud
Protect your devices and information by following these tips:
- Secure your password: Change it frequently and never share it.
- Keep backup files of all important information on your computer.
- Never open e-mail messages or attachments from unsolicited sources. Doing so can expose your system to destructive viruses.
- Never give out private information to unsolicited e-mails or telephone calls. In this way you’ll protect yourself from fraud, hoaxes, and "phishing" scams.