The UISO manages technology risks, policies, and compliance with technology related laws and regulations. The UISO also provides incident handling support services and works to keep the campus computing environment safe.
We are excited to announce the May issue of OUCH! This month, led by the infamous James Lyne, we focus on the Internet of Things (IoT). Specifically, we discuss what IoT is, how IoT impacts our personal lives, and what we can do to protect IoT devices. As such, we ask you share OUCH! with […]
May 5 is World Password Day, an annual effort to encourage safe password practices. The World Password Day 2016 theme is multi-factor authentication (MFA) – also called two-factor authentication (2FA) or two-step verification – which provides an extra layer of security to your online activities. The National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA), a proud champion […]
Early this morning, Loyola email users may have noticed an email in their inbox that appears ot come from a legitimate source containing a Word document that has an embedded program that attempts to install ransomware named “Locky” The email looks to be from: email@example.com and has the subject line: “Your Latest Documents from Angel […]