The Information Security Office (ISO) is charged with the responsibility of network and systems security at the University. The ISO works with members of the KSU community, including system administrators, students, staff and faculty to protect the KSU network and infrastructure. The ISO cooperates with administrators at other sites, as well as law enforcement entities, in response to security incidents.
Join the ISO for the latest addition to ITS Outreach's Workshop Series - Computer Security. This one-hour workshop covers the basics of computer security for Windows & Macintosh computers and is geared to students, faculty, & staff.
To register for this mini workshop, go to login to OwlTrain with your NetID and password. Browse to this workshop via the Catalog menu, ITS Computer Skills Workshops, Computer Security, Computer Security Workshop. Instructions here.
We also offer this workshop in your classroom or department! To schedule a group session, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, the ISO offers numerous educational resources:
- Read our latest InfoSec Brochure titled: "You are the key to KSU Information Security."
- Learn how to create strong passwords by reviewing the Password Strength presentation.
- Can your password be easily guessed? Find out how strong your password is using the Kaspersky Lab Secure Password Check.
- Is your data safe? Learn how to securely backup your data to prevent data loss.
Protect Your Portable Devices
Laptops, PDAs, smartphones, as well as a variety of portable storage media such as USB flash drives & portable hard drives are convenient, but increasingly attract thiefs. Learn how to protect your portable devices by reading the Cyber Security Tip by US-Cert, titled: Protecting Portable Devices: Physical Security.