On Friday, October 30, 2015, ITS hosted this year’s annual USC Cybersecurity Summit. The event attracted many students, faculty, and staff interested in learning more about security issues facing the IT world today.
Archive for 2015
Beginning on December 1, 2015, all USC staff will be required to use USC’s Duo two-factor authentication when logging into systems that contain restricted or sensitive information.
All USC staff members are required to complete cybersecurity awareness training by November 15, 2015.
Information Technology Services has launched a new security measure for all USC faculty and staff to protect access to USC accounts, such as Workday, Trojan Time, Blackboard, the Kuali Financial System, MyUSC, and more.
Beginning on July 1, 2015, all current USC faculty, staff, and students may download free copies of Microsoft Office Professional Plus.
The new ITS Service Center Cart provides mobile walk-up support to the USC community for connecting to USC wireless networks and using supported applications.
Beginning on Monday, March 30, 2015, USC account holders will be able to activate and change passwords for their USC NetID accounts in one convenient, online location.
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.
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.