Stay safe online. It is everyone's responsibility to protect your own, and the University's information.
- Stop hackers from accessing your accounts. Set secure passwords.
- Stop sharing too much information. Keep your personal information personal.
- Stop. Trust your gut. If something doesn't feel right, stop what you are doing.
- Stop and think about who can see the information you post online. Are you giving total strangers access to your information?
- Stop any questionable online behavior. Only do and say things online that you would do in real life.
- Think about the information you want to share before you share it.
- Think how your online actions can affect your offline life.
- Think before you act. Don't automatically click on links.
- Think about why you are sharing information online. Is it going to be safe?
- Think about why you are going to a site. Did you get it from someone you trust?
- Think about who you are talking to online. Do you really know who they are?
- Connect over secure networks.
- Connect with people you know.
- Connect with care and be on the lookout for potential threats.
- Connect safely and show your friends and family how to behave online.
- Help Desk antivirus and security self help resources
- Information technology data security policies
- Information technology identity policies