National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) – celebrated every October - was created as a collaborative effort between government and industry to ensure every American has the resources they need to stay safer and more secure online.
NCSAM 2016 will highlight the overall message of STOP. THINK. CONNECT. and the capstone concepts of the campaign:
Show support by becoming a CyberAware Champion and using the hashtag #CyberAware when posting things in social media about cyber security.
Basic network access is provided by the Windows Domain servers. These servers provide user authentication when logging onto Windows based clients. They also maintain security "tokens," which are used by network applications such as web servers, email, and PeopleSoft applications.
The NOC is in a locked room with a security badge access system. Only authorized people have access to the room. This system keeps track of who has entered the computer room at specific dates and times.
Our campus network is protected by a firewall/network shaper. This product protects us from various types of network attacks. It also helps shape the network traffic to provide the most efficient connection speed for required network activity.
If you believe your computer has been violated by an unknown person, or you start to receive email messages for some unknown reason, you may be a victim. Please contact the Help Desk at x3350 as soon as possible. Please fill out the reporting form or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Things to do if you think you are a victim:
Some email problems and messages could be related to virus infections on your computer. Take a look at the Virus Information Center for additional information.