All computers (Mac, PC, and Linux) are susceptible to viruses, spyware, and malware. That is why it is important to protect your computer from potential viruses by having an antivirus program installed on your computer.
ITS, in partnership with Facilities Management and the Department of Public Safety, provides the ability for university organizations to automate electronic door access rights assignment for individuals based upon University affiliation.
This is a collection of resources about encryption for stored information on portable devices, such as laptops, tablets, and externally attached storage. Encryption is a method to protect digital information that relies on scrambling.
A firewall filters incoming Internet traffic while allowing you (and those behind your firewall) to communicate with the Internet.
Various resources and guidance regarding information security.
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Password vault is a secure, on-prem solution for storing account passwords for IT Professionals on campus
Phishing is an identity-theft scam that uses "spoofed" or fake emails and websites to trick people into giving out personal information, such as credit card numbers, usernames and passwords, or social security numbers. Learn how to stay safe.
SecureCRT is a terminal emulator for secure access to UNIX, Linux, or VMS applications from Windows, Mac, and Linux. SecureCRT lets you manage many sessions at once. SecureCRT automates routine tasks.
Perform IT Security evaluations of computer systems and facilities, and provide recommendations to improve security or reach compliance with regulations.
Spyware is advertising software that gets installed on your computer without your knowledge. Companies use it to pop up ads on your computer, track your Internet usage, and gather other personal information about you.
Provides resources for assistance with technology-related issues such as harassment and intimidation.
Subsidized TLS certificates for campus servers, which allow for encrypted communications. Most commonly used for HTTPS on web servers.
The University of Iowa has implemented video surveillance to protect the safety and property of our community, while avoiding unnecessary intrusions.
Network scans of computer system(s) to identify active communication paths and potential vulnerabilities.