Think about all the devices you own that connect to the internet, either automatically or when prompted. You can see how we’re connected now more than ever—and thus more vulnerable to cyberthreats.
Now more than ever, consumers spend increasing amounts of time on the internet—and lose an increasing amount of money to fraud, data breaches and other cybercrimes each year.
Learn more during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month about how a little common sense can go a long way in protecting your digital profiles.
The Geographic Information team helps the campus community—from vehicle navigation to weather modeling to population dynamics on a global scale.
National Cyber Security Awareness Month: It’s our shared responsibility to stay safe online.
UIT employees team up with Special Olympics for the first-ever video gaming tournament contest.
Visually cluttered lists of links will be replaced by clickable tiles with intuitive icons.
Dialing 911 from a university phone line just got easier.
Being a good WiFi citizen means using best practices when connecting to the U’s network and refraining from using electronic devices and appliances that interfere or degrade the WiFi connection of people around you.
Starting Nov. 21, U employees will be required to use two types of authentication to log into CIS, Box, VPN, Citrix and other online applications in order to better protect employees’ sensitive information.