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2013 IT Security Campaign

Don't Let Anyone Be You Except You

According to the Better Business Bureau, college-age adults account for a whopping 23 percent of the total number of identity theft complaints. Also, the top sweepstakes/lottery scam of 2011 was specifically targeted at Facebook users (sorry, the guy who founded Facebook isn't really going to give you any money).

Protecting your information online is easy if you know what to look for.  Use the resources below to keep up to date on ways to protect your online identity.

Cyber Security Awareness

There are four critical areas of cyber security students need to give careful attention.


Phishing Schemes: Don't Take the Bait

Phishing schemes are attempts by hackers to fool you into giving up your username and password, often without realizing you've done it.


Copyright Awareness: CopyRIGHT Not Wrong

Students have a lot of freedom when it comes to the use of copyrighted resources for educational purposes.  But with great freedom comes great responsibility - and big penalties if you get it wrong.

File Sharing

File Sharing: Beware What You Share

Sure, there's plenty of places online or via P2P sharing programs where you can download lots of interesting files.  But those files could come with programs that steal your identity or copyright violations that ruin your financial future.


Password Safety: Are You Protected?

Having a good password is like remembering to lock your door when you leave your house: it's a fundamental of security.  Picking one that is complex yet remember-able may be easier than you think.

Ways CTX Helps Keep Your Identity Safe

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Secure Email Service

Employees and students have a way to more securely transmit information via email thanks to the secure email service.  While this service will be used on a limited basis, it's something everyone should be aware of so you're not surprised when you receive a secure email message.  You can read more on our Secure Email information page.

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