As we use technology in new ways, cybersecurity becomes even more critical in both our personal and professional lives. Explore our site to take an active role in keeping information secure in all aspects of your life.
Because stolen, compromised or damaged information can lead to unwanted and unnecessary consequences for both staff members and the university, Ohio State is increasingly expanding the use of multifactor authentication. The Sponsored Guest account process will be the latest system to adopt BuckeyePass protection on November 16.
Last year we began annual Microsoft 365 Access Reviews for External Guests. It is designed to help us align with audit recommendations for reviewing Microsoft 365 Teams and group members. If you received this email, it is NOT spam. However, your caution and instinct to not click on suspicious links is a good one. This message is legitimate, part of a process we strated last year to review access of External Guests.
BuckeyePass, powered by Duo Security, is Ohio State’s method of multi-factor authentication, assisting in keeping our systems safe and helping us stay ahead of security threats. Starting September 20, faculty, staff and students will see the new Duo Universal interface when accessing university systems. Users do not need to update their app or take any action before this change.