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Securing your computer

Keep your computer safe and virus free. Learn about anti-virus software, patches, firewalls, and best practices.

Handling sensitive university data

Handling sensitive university data

It is important for UW employees to understand responsibilities for identifying, transmitting, redistributing, storing or disposing of sensitive information.

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How to securely connect to the UW Network

Four tips to help you securely connect to the UW network.

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How to select, manage and protect passwords

Protect your identity and University resources. Learn how to create strong passwords and manage them.

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Student computing checklist

This is a list of essential and recommended technology students may want to have on campus.

5 steps

5 steps for securing your computer

This guide provides five quick steps for securing your computer.

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Getting started with email and calendar

A guide to assist users with Office 365.

Getting started with tech

Get started with tech

A guide to help you get started with technology at UW-Madison.

Scams to avoid

Scams to avoid: Protecting your online identity

How to help protect your online identity by not falling victim to phishing attacks and online scams.

Teaching with technology

Teaching with technology

Discover the resources, services and terms needed to navigate the learning technology ecosystem.

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Make it accessible

Learn to create accessible digital content.

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Securing your mobile device

This guide will help you secure your mobile device (smartphone, tablet, etc.)

Academic Professionals Traveling Abroad Safety Guide

Safe computing when traveling abroad

This checklist will help you keep your accounts, devices and data safe when traveling abroad.