A security event is a change in the day to day operations of a network or IT service indicating that information may have been compromised. The following pages will outline differences between a virus, botnet and other events or infections.
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Since 2005, UB has tracked and classified information security incidents. Information sharing and partnerships help better secure UB's infrastructure.
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Many of us deal with restricted data every day as part of our job. We each have a responsibility to safe guard restricted data against unauthorized disclosure.
Mozilla Firefox offers a more secure Internet browsing experience.
The "Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996" (HIPAA) provides protection of our medical information. UB needs to be aware of how HIPAA affects the information we handle.
Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol allows applications to communicate across a network in a way designed to prevent eavesdropping and tampering.