UB students, faculty and staff are the frequent target of phishing attempts—it’s an unfortunate reality. Follow these steps to keep yourself, and your colleagues, safe from attempts to steal your personal information.
UB’s Information Security Office leads the effort keeping UB secure despite the ever-increasing risk of cyber-attacks. I want to welcome Mark Herron, UB’s new Information Security Officer, whose work will help us address this critical issue in IT and among the campus community.
Webex is available now for collaboration between UB faculty, students and staff. Getting started is easy, and no matter how much time you have or how you like to learn, there are trainings and resources available to help you.
If there's something interesting happening in IT at UB and you think other people should know about it, go on and send us your ideas.
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