October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Information Technology Services will be sending out weekly tips and facts about cyber security and how we can better protect personal and University information.
The weekly topics will be:
- Social Networks
- Malware & Botnets
- Passwords and Account Security
- Spam & Phishing
- Mobile Devices
- Frequently Asked Cybersecurity Questions
- Cybersecurity Terms You Should Know
- You are the Target [PDF]
Nowadays criminals can easily copy the details of your ATM card, so they can clone it. And once they have a cloned card, they only need the PIN code.
Ever heard of Card Skimming? That is the newest technique thieves are using to steal someone’s PIN code using an iPhone without you noticing at all.
Fortunately, there is a really simple way to prevent it from happening. Watch:
By increasing cyber security efforts at a person level, you can protect not only your personal information, but the information of the University as well. For more tips and facts on how to stay safe, online at work and at home, please visit Stay Safe Online and Stop Think Connect.
For any additional information please contact the TAC at 231-591-8422.