Scammers are targeting people at UB by sending email claiming to be someone associated with UB--commonly an instructor, advisor or work supervisor--and asking them to make purchases or complete other tasks on their behalf.
As recently reported in the news, a major data breach is affecting millions of people. The breach involved exploiting a security vulnerability with the file transfer tool “MOVEit” used by third-party organizations that have a relationship with many corporations and institutions of higher education across the country, including the University at Buffalo.
Technology at UB is in a constant state of evolution, with new features and upgrades being unveiled on a near daily basis. In order to find out how UB faculty members are using and feeling about the latest technology, UBIT and the Faculty Senate IT Committee conducted our bi-annual 2023 Faculty IT Survey during Spring 2023.
UB Vice President and Chief Information Officer Brice Bible sits down with UB students, faculty, staff and thought leaders outside of UB to highlight important technology topics that affect the campus community in this video podcast.