The UISO manages technology risks, policies, and compliance with technology related laws and regulations. The UISO also provides incident handling support services and works to keep the campus computing environment safe.
Early this morning, Loyola email users may have noticed an email in their inbox that appears ot come from a legitimate source containing a Word document that has an embedded program that attempts to install ransomware named “Locky” The email looks to be from: firstname.lastname@example.org and has the subject line: “Your Latest Documents from Angel […]
Check out the April issue of OUCH! led by Guest Editor Samantha Davison, head of security awareness at Uber. Samantha discusses the topic “I’m Hacked, Now What.” More specifically, she describes clues you can use to tell if your system has been hacked, and, if so, what you can do about it. This is a […]
Sans has released the March edition of OUCH! This month, led by Guest Editor Lenny Zeltser, we focus on malware. Specifically, what malware is and the key steps you can take to protect yourself against it. (Hint: it’s not just anti-virus software.) As such, we ask you share OUCH! with your family, friends, and coworkers. […]