SECURE UD NEWS

Understanding Social Engineering

What is social engineering? Social engineering, in broad terms, is the act of influencing someone to take a specific action. Social engineers use our human nature against us. They manipulate our trust in order to get us to do what they want, whether that’s...

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Secure UD Newsletter: August 2021

Secure UD Newsletter | August 2021 Understanding Social Engineering 98% of cyber attacks rely on social engineering, which makes it the number one method of attack. With this in mind, the best way to protect ourselves is to understand what social engineering is, how...

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Secure UD Newsletter: May 2021

Streamlined training with a new look Secure UD Training has a fresh new look!. For 2021, you’ll not only find a new illustrated format but we’re also streamlining our training from two phases to just a single phase that you can complete any time between now and March...

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Know how to limit ad tracking on your phone

Did you know that apps on your phone can track the ads you view? If you care more about protecting your user data than having targeted ads, you may want to limit ad tracking. Keep reading to learn how.

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Secure UD News: January 2021

Today is Data Privacy Day! Join us in practicing privacy mindfulness.   A word from UD's Chief Privacy Officer, PC Shea COVID-19 dominated every aspect of UD’s operations in 2020 including UD’s ongoing efforts to maintain the privacy of its information assets....

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Welcoming UD’s new Chief Privacy Officer

Data Privacy Day has come again and the news continues to be grim. The number and sophistication of threats to our data will continue to increase in 2020. Data breaches will be chief among these threats, particularly in sectors such as financial services and health...

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Top tips for shopping online

You may already be tracking down the perfect deal on  that 4K TV you've been wanting, but are you doing it safely? Below, we've rounded up some of our top tips for keeping your information secure while shopping on Cyber Monday and beyond.

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Windows 7 and Server 2008 Retirement

Effective January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer support or provide security updates for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008/R2. IT Pro teams within each college are identifying systems within their unit that are running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008/R2 and are...

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