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Mobile security standards help protect University information

IU's mobile security standards include easy-to-follow steps to secure your mobile device with passcodes, PINs, and encryption. Do what you can to safeguard your device and data today.

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  • The FBI has issued a public service bulletin regarding recent cyber-crimes which target university employees and students. Criminal activities involve payroll and IRS filings.
  • What is the most overlooked data security measure? It is simple, and anyone can follow this advice.
  • Current State of TrueCrypt Encryption software.
  • The developers of OpenSSL software have released an critical update, patching 6 different vulnerabilities.
  • Sergio Santiago believes in hard work. The full-time student and part-time police officer has demonstrated his work ethic in the classroom and as a member of the Indiana University East Police Department. All of his hard work will pay off as Santiago receives his bachelor's degree in criminal justice at IU East’s commencement ceremony on May 16.
  • These steps will help assure that your home network is safe from internet threats.
  • Announcement: Qualtrics approved for HIPAA and FERPA data
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