How does “gamification” make learning fun, while making you feel good? Why is it important and how is it connected to an upcoming campus rollout? Continue Reading Looking for some gamification to spice up your life?
We are not immune to things going on in the rest of the world. Criminal hackers are well funded and becoming more sophisticated. So what can IT departments do to be more secure? Continue Reading Our New Year’s Resolution: Improve our IT security posture
This year’s event offered 15 webinars with technical, strategic and practical information on how you and your organization can be more cybersecure. Missed out? You can watch the presentations at any time. Continue Reading Cybersecurity Forward, With A COVID Twist
Cybersecurity training for faculty, staff and students will look a little different next year as the Office of Cybersecurity continues its full-court press to protect our information, systems and data. Continue Reading What’s On The Horizon In Cybersecurity At UW–Madison?
For their wide-ranging efforts to protect UW–Madison’s cyberspace and take proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity, 10 university employees received honors. Continue Reading Key Players In Cybersecurity Initiatives Honored at Cybersecurity Awareness Month Event
“Do Your Part. #BeCyberSmart.” Join the Office of Cybersecurity Oct 26 for a panel discussion about personal accountability in cyberspace. Continue Reading Learn How To Protect Your Cyberspace
A new COVID-19 related phishing campaign on has appeared campus, where the attacker impersonates UW–Madison leadership. Learn how to protect yourself. Continue Reading New COVID-19 phishing email impersonates campus leadership
With this new name, we are now seeking session proposals for the Cybersecurity Forward 2020 Conference. Deadline to submit: March 15. Continue Reading Call for Proposals: Cybersecurity Forward 2020 (formerly Lockdown)
Join the Office of Cybersecurity for a brown bag about the Qualys Vulnerability Management tool. Continue Reading Learn the basics of Qualys vulnerability scanning
From posting a picture of your puppy on Instagram to swiping your rewards card at Chipotle, the things you do every day create a trail of data you may not have intended to leave. Continue Reading Data Privacy 101: What’s your digital footprint?