If you’re a University of Illinois employee interested in learning about the fundamentals of essential IT programs and software frequently used on campus, Illinois IT JumpStart is for you.
Technology Services and CITL collaborate to add cybersecurity literacy to slate of courses.
Tech Services’ Cybersecurity gives some general things to consider when thinking about AI and privacy.
Tech Services’s Phil Nyman shares important things to know about personal computing safety.
Half of all email sent to a university email address is deemed, with high confidence, to be malicious. The university uses several protective filtering measures to prevent harmful emails from making it to your university email inbox. Without such safeguards, individuals would be more exposed to malicious email messages’ threats. Victims of malicious email often […]
In recognition of cybersecurity month, Technology Services set a goal to educate faculty, staff, and students about phishing via “Phish Market”, held at the Digital Computer Lab.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a national campaign to remind people about ways to protect their privacy and online security. Technology Services has activities planned all month.
A new website to help students, staff,and faculty better understand and navigate cybersecurity and privacy at Illinois launched October 1