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Information Security Services
Our duty is to protect critical information resources that support the University’s mission of teaching, healing, discovery, and public service.
Cybersecurity is everyone's responsibility!
Personalized Scams Cyber criminals find or purchase information about people and use that information to personalize attacks. They use fear or extortion tactics to make people think their accounts have been compromised and then trick people into paying them money. These attacks can come via phone, message or email and will be urgent and demanding of payment in forms of Bitcoin, gift cards, etc.. For more information about personalized attacks, visit SANS Security Awareness.
Security Training & Awareness
Information Security is aimed at making the OUHSC user community aware of existing policies, standards, procedures and an ever-changing landscape of security threats. In order to promote policy compliance and mitigate the University’s information security risk, the have a Learning Management System (LMS) to provide users with the knowledge and skills necessary to comply with policy and practice good security habits.
Trick or Threat?
Cyber criminals can use any online service such as banking, shopping and social networking to try and trick you.
Stop, Look and Think before clicking on any email or links contained within!
Things to know...
Find information on getting connected to the Internet, common account questions, changing passwords, secure messaging, secure file transfer and other security related tips and services. Go to: http://help.ouhsc.edu
Inquiries & Questions
Information Security Services Contact Info
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