- Cyber Security
- Password Incident, March 2014
- Identity Theft
- Cyber Security Resources
- Cyber Security Training
- Password Security
- Cloud Services and Mobile Devices
- Cyber Security Month
- OIT Home
March 7, 2014
- Incident FAQs
- Identity Theft and Security Resources
- Protecting Yourself from Identity Theft
- Steps to Take if Your Data Becomes Compromised or Stolen
Cyber Security and You
We lead Internet-connected, digital lives. From our desks and homes to on the go, we work, learn and play online. Even when we are not directly connected to the Internet, our critical infrastructure-the vast, worldwide connection of computers, data, and websites supporting our everyday lives through financial transactions, transportation systems, healthcare records, emergency response systems, personal communications, and more-impacts everyone.
Cybersecurity is the mechanism that maximizes our ability to grow commerce, communications, community and content in a connected world. The Internet is a shared resource and securing it is a shared responsibility.
Resources for You
- You can sign up to receive [Cyber] Security alerts, tips, and other updates on the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team website.
- STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ is the national cybersecurity education and awareness campaign. You can get involved and get more information on the StaySafeOnline.org website.
- Check out the Online Identity Risk Calculator.
* Links on the Cyber Security website may take you away from the www.uco.edu domain. These linkes are intended to provide you information by the experts in Cyber Security. The university is not responsible for information posted by the third party websites.