Apps and software are what run on our PCs, phones, and other mobile devices. They allow us to do our work, complete school assignments, access entertainment and connect with the world. They are also easy ways for criminals to gain access to your devices and the information stored on them.
Social engineering is the art of manipulating people into giving up confidential information or access to restricted areas. Their attacks can come through emails, text messages, over the phone, via social media, in person, and more. Someone launching a social engineering attack won’t ask one person for the entire information they need. Instead, they will gather a lot of seemingly harmless information from many sources and use it to look legitimate.
The score indicators are only shown to the instructor as a way to help them improve their accessibility score for their course documents.
Ally checks accessibility for your new and existing course content. To measure accessibility, Ally assigns your content an accessibility score. Each score is composed of both a numerical number and a colored gauge that reflects the number.
We have all seen bullying in real life. But bullying can happen online too. Electronic or cyberbullying is when harm is inflicted through electronic media (e.g., text messages, cell phone pictures & videos, email, chat rooms, etc.) to threaten, harass, embarrass, socially exclude, or damage reputations and friendships.
Google Course Kit integration with Blackboard allows instructors to take up assignments into their Google Drive and send grades to the LMS. The initial setup steps below would need to be completed in each course to create the Google Drive folders.
Social media is here to stay—we connect with family and friends, brands, industry leaders, politicians, and even celebrities. But social networks make it easy for criminals to find out information about you and even infect your computer with viruses and malware.
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.
If the assignment is using Google Course Kit, you will also need to sign into your EKU Google account. NOTE: You should log into the EKU Google Account first. When you click on the assignment in Blackboard, you'll be prompted to log in. Click the 'Sign in' button.