You can install the best security software on your computer, but
once you open an infected email attachment or click on a malicious
link, there’s still a great chance you’ve allowed
someone else into your system. Here are six basic rules of thumb
you should apply to stay safe.
Hundreds of UB accounts are compromised every semester by
hackers using a variety of devious methods. The best way to protect
yourself is to be informed: from thinking twice about clicking an
email attachment, to knowing what to share on Facebook.
It’s never convenient to forget your UBITName password.
That’s why UBIT now offers faster and more secure ways for UB
students, faculty and staff to reset their passwords, any time of
day and from anywhere in the world.
Want access to iprint anywhere or My Virtual Computing Lab from
off campus? Download the latest version of Cisco AnyConnect Secure
Mobility Client, compatible with Windows 10, as well as Mac OSX and
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