Security Training & Awareness

Security Training & Awareness

About this service

Provided By

Other names for this service

Security Training, OPIA training, Security Website

Service documentation

Why to use this service

Computer security is only as strong as its weakest link. All too often the person sitting at a computer or holding a smartphone is that weakest link. The result is a compromised device or account, lost resources or data, and reputational damage to the University. Many instances of data loss at the University haven’t been a result of hacking, but a case of information being sent somewhere unintentionally. Auto completion in the to: field of an email message might be convenient, but it also can (and has) lead to disaster. This doesn’t have to be the case. By educating campus about computer security — what is required of them, but also best practices — we better protect campus resources. We also arm our customers to protect themselves in their personal lives and with their own data.


None listed.

Getting and using this service

Who can use this service

Undergraduate students
Graduate/Professional Students

How to get this service

Requests to arrange Security Training and Awareness sessions should be submitted via


No charge.

How to use this service

webpage; in person

Quotas and usage restrictions

Quotas: None listed

Usage Restrictions: None listed.

Sensitive data considerations

None listed.

Hours and support

Standard service hours

None Listed

Scheduled maintenance hours


Staffed support hours

8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday

How to report issues