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Safe Computing Support

Protect Your Privacy

Your personal information is as valuable as money.  As such, you should value and protect it.  Your PCs and other devices connect to the world but are loaded with personal information about you—contact, photos, videos, locations, financial data, etc.

Browser Security

Web browser default settings are secure but you can do more to protect your privacy and enhance security. 

Physical Security

Ensure the physical security of your electronics will keep your private information and sensitive data out of danger.

Secure Your Data

Everyone is responsible for sensitive data—from banking information to student grades.  We have our personal sensitive data and university sensitive data. Unlocked workstations, unencrypted data on mobile devices, and unsecured wireless networks make data vulnerable to loss, identity theft, and sensitive data breaches.

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