Some of our users have recently reported seeing a widely-used Username and Password scam that cybercriminals are using to extort money from recipients. Our email security software has been stopping these messages and sending a follow up notification that a malicious email has been contained. But...
Most of us have been completing cybersecurity for the past several years. Starting Monday, October 28 , you will have new choices -- choose what you learn and how you learn it. Even if you don’t use much technology yourself, the stores where you shop, where you work and go to school and every site you visit online are collecting and storing information about you and your family. It’s important to learn how to keep your digital data safe and we’re here to help.
Many Buckeyes have been completing cybersecurity training for the past several years. Starting on Monday, October 28, you can make choices about what you learn and how you learn it. This fall Ohio State is offering something new and different: the Cybersecurity 4 You (C4U) awareness platform. You can use the platform to fulfill your cybersecurity awareness training obligations with the university, but that is not the primary purpose of platform. Instead, we’ve designed it to deliver cybersecurity awareness on topics that help you beyond your role here on campus.
Next month, Chief Information Security Officer Helen Patton will be part of a professional panel of women in technology at the Illuminate 2019! Event on Wednesday, Oct. 9 from 5-9 p.m. The free event is open to any adult or teen interested in networking within the Columbus technology community.
Cybersecurity is a major focus at Ohio State. Not only do external regulators require us to manage our health, financial, student and research data securely, but our students and partners also expect an exceptional level of data security from Ohio State.
It’s tax time again. Millions of Americans are filing for returns and making plans for how to use the money. Attackers have other ideas for that tax return.
TurboTax promotes itself as the number one, best-selling tax preparation software. No doubt they hold credentials belonging to millions of Americans who have used them for their taxes. Now, officials report an attacker obtained tax return data through a credential stuffing hack on their platform.
New semester, new schedule. New tuition payment. Are you sure you are all paid up? So sure that when the scammer calls you threatening to drop your classes if you don’t pay, you are unlikely to hand them your credit card number?
How about that strange text you got from a random number,...