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These pages include basic security guidelines for U students, faculty & staff for everyday use of computer workstations, e-mail and your department network.
Basic Computer Safety
- Security - Passwords
- Security - Personal Stuff
- Safe Computing Practices
- Software Updates and Patches
- Computer Viruses & Worms
- Phishing Scams & ID Theft
- What To Do if You Think You've Been Hacked or Infected
- Peer-to-Peer File Sharing
- Security-Related Policies (Network Acceptable Use, Peer-to-Peer, IT Resources Security Policies)
- Resource Links
- What is Identity Theft and Identity Fraud?
- How serious is the problem?
- What information should you protect?
- How do criminals steal your personal identity or information?
- What crimes are committed using one's personal identifying information?
- How do you protect yourself?
- What if your identity has been stolen - or you suspect that it has been stolen?
IT Security memos
- Individual Responsibility for Information Security - September 2005
- Phishing Scams - August 2005
- Information Security - June 2005
- For more advanced or specific security information, or for more information on Security Best Practices, Guidelines and Policies please go to the Information Security Office's website.
- To report a security incident, please see http://www.compliance.utah.edu/incident/.
- To inform campus of a network-related outage or maintenance downtime, please post a message to the Network-Outage listserv.