Information security plays a vital role in protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. To do that, we need you to be responsible users of the University’s network and computing resources. This website will provide you with guidance on important issues as you study, research, teach, and work at the University.
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Protect Your Device from Ransomware Recent attacks impacting gasoline delivery in Southeast highlight the negative impact that ransomware criminals can have and should prompt us to consider if we are taking the right precautions to protect our important documents and … Continued
Fraudulent Unemployment Claims: Impacts from External Cybersecurity Incidents Such as the Equifax Breach of 2017 Malicious attackers regularly commit unemployment fraud across the United States. Unfortunately, some of the people who they attempt to impersonate are our employees, and we … Continued
Oversharing online while working from brings unique risks. As folks share desktops for screen shares on calls while presenting at conferences, or even post pictures on social media of their home office, what might a scammer do with this information? … Continued
What is Data@Rest: Bits n’ Bytes A half-day virtual event focused on information security that features a variety of voices from the UNC IT community in a TED Talk style format. Some talks are long, some are short, it just … Continued