Indiana University fully supports the goals of the Indiana Lifeline Law. Make the Call. Get Help. Save a Life. Click for more information.

Don't be tricked into divulging ANY valuable or personal information—especially passphrases—over email, phone, instant message, the Web, or social media.

Learn about the advantages and risks of P2P filesharing, controlling what you share, and getting the most out of your software.

Active shooter situations evolve quickly and often occur with little to no warning. These tips and our video could be life-saving. Learn what to do, and what to expect from responding police officers.

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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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  • Scammers are posing as IRS auditors and using threatening techniques to get people to wire them money or send them prepaid cards
  • Creating and maintaining a disaster recovery plan for departments and thier critical services
  • How workplace culture affects information security and how that culture can be improved.
  • An article on respecting the privacy of other while wearing technology enhanced accessories.
  • Indiana University fully supports the Indiana Lifeline Law; State Senator Jim Merritt and Attorney General Greg Zoeller release a video describing the law and encouraging its goals.
  • 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.
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