University of Southern California

The Office of the Chief Information Officer

The Office of the Chief Information Officer

The Chief Information Officer is responsible for providing leadership and support in information technology for the entire university community. The Office of the CIO promotes IT solutions that improve the teaching, learning, research, and administrative environment of the university.

ITS News at USC

David Galassi Appointed Assistant CIO for Enterprise Infrastructure and Services

Chief Information Officer and Vice Provost Peter M. Siegel announced the appointment of David Galassi as the assistant chief information officer for Enterprise Infrastructure and Services, effective March 16, 2015. In this role, David will lead initiatives in networking and telecommunications, external networking, enterprise infrastructure, customer support, and operations in support of USC’s schools and administrative units.

Helpful Tips for Protecting Your Online Information

Online identity theft often begins with phishing, usually in the form of emails pretending to be from organizations you trust, such as USC. You can protect yourself by using caution when replying to unsolicited email. Follow these guidelines to protect your personal and financial information.

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RSS ITS Security Blog

  • Phishing Scam Regarding Financial Services Provider John Hancock
    ITS is aware of suspicious emails sent to members of higher education communities as part of a phishing scam aimed at obtaining individuals’ personal information. These emails appear to originate from the financial services provider John Hancock and instruct recipients to verify their records by clicking … Continue reading →
  • Anthem-related Email Scams
    The university has been alerted to several scams related to the recent cyber attacks against the medical insurance provider Anthem. Continue reading →