Visit the expanded UCOP Information Security website for resources to help keep you safe
In October, UCOP promoted National Cyber Security Awareness Month with a variety of activities, including adding posters about mobile security, privacy in online postings, phishing scams and ransomware to bulletin boards on each floor at the Franklin, Kaiser and 20th St. buildings.
Information security risks are not limited to a single month of the year – and you may need more information than a poster can convey. To help you maintain information security at all times and in all types of situations, we have updated and expanded UCOP’s Information Security website.
Visit the website to access the following resources:
- Report an incident – Are you concerned that you may have fallen for a phishing scam? Have you had a mobile device lost or stolen? Visit this page to determine what’s considered a Security Incident that should be reported to Information Security and ITS.
- Training and handouts – Take the mandatory Cyber Security Awareness course, review tips, or download a printable two-page handout that covers the essential computer security facts that every UCOP staff member should know.
- Articles and videos – Short articles and video clips filmed at the Franklin building bring information security concerns to life. Keep an eye on this section for updates and additions.
- External links – Links to information security content on outside websites that can help you secure your information at home and at work.
- FAQ – Want to protect your privacy in the workplace? Unsure of how to discard a sensitive document? Find answers to these and other common questions here.
- National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) – The NCSAM campaign activities for 2015 and 2016 can be found here, including posters, PowerPoint decks and UC IT blog posts.
- Terms and definitions – Find out what common information security terms mean.
Questions? Please contact Infosec@ucop.edu.