A key role of enterprise IT is identifying security risks and protecting our community from them as much as practical. Continue reading
The institution and individuals have the obligation to use software properly on all university-owned computing assets.
With COVID-19 in the news daily, scam artists are taking advantage of the situation through a variety of reframed phishing or social engineering opportunities leveraging COVID-19 to get your attention. Continue reading
UConn students have received a message about financial grant assistance and CARES ACT that appears to come from the University. Continue reading
As we work collectively from disparate locations and in alternate ways, we often prefer applications and approaches that are most familiar. Continue reading
ITS will be adding a banner security feature to our email service. Continue reading
The University Information Security Policy requires that devices connected to the UConn network be supported and current with vendor-released patches. Continue reading
A robust IT security program to protect institutional assets is based on multiple layers. Continue reading
Happy New Year!
Over the holidays, many of you may have received or were gifted any number of devices that connect to the Internet. Often referred to IoT devices (Internet of Things) they can range from smart lightbulbs to smart kitchen appliances, and devices for streaming movies from Netflix, Hulu, or HBO. Continue reading
On 11/21, Information Technology Services identified multiple email accounts sending a single message from a single location outside the United States. Continue reading