When you don’t really notice notices, you risk letting scammers in. Many of us enable notifications on our smartphones so we know when new information arrives. It can be great […]
Often cybersecurity incidents due to insider activity happen by accident. What seemed an innocent action resulted in an unintended consequence.
Generative AI refers to artificial intelligence models that create content in various forms, including text, images, and audio across many formats and mediums. Generative AI uses deep-learning algorithms and training […]
Technology Services staff sat down with new Deputy CIO and Chief Information Security Officer Kim Milford to learn more about her background, strengths, goals, and a bit about her personality. […]
Whether you spend a little or a lot of time using social media, anyone who uses these platforms is potentially at risk from cyber criminals and their tactics. Stalkers and […]
On June 12, you will no longer be able to receive a phone call to authenticate with Duo. The “Call me” feature will be disabled. You must make sure your Duo settings are […]
World Password Day is an annual event on the first Thursday in May meant to raise awareness about the importance of using strong passwords to protect oneself online. In just […]
Three privacy professionals conducting research in the library and information science space presented their current research related to privacy in the library. by Ruth Kwak Eager professionals and students gathered […]
Data Privacy Week is the perfect time to review the data about you that is shared with others and to make choices about what data is collected and shared.
Whether you think about it daily or not at all, decisions about privacy affect our professional, educational, and personal lives. These are among the topics for the Privacy Everywhere Conference: Building […]