Information Technology Security for Faculty

As a college administrator, your job is to help your students have the best experience possible. You cover a range of areas: financial aid, student housing, career counseling, alumni relations, and more. The idea of adding "cyber security awareness" to that list may seem daunting,but this message is crucial to the safety of students, faculty and staff.

Nearly everyone on the ULL campus uses the Internet on a daily basis for a variety of reasons.Students use it for homework and social networking; faculty and staff use it to communicate with their students and colleagues. Your faculty and staff may be involved in important research and the development of new intellectual property that need protection.Every person in the campus community has a role in keeping the Internet safe and secure. Creating a cyber-security awareness campaign will make everyone conscious of the part they play, and will ultimately produce a safer campus and a happier college experience.

 

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Original release date: November 16, 2017 | Last revised: November 17, 2017

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