This month, an upgraded version of the University’s single sign-on service, Central Login, will debut. This will bring a fresh new look of a modern design that is purposefully built to support mobile functionality and accessibility needs. Along with the updated look, there will be several new improvements for University faculty, staff, and students. One
Keen-eyed Redbird community members may have noticed a new web address pop up in their searches recently—Help.IllinoisState.edu. The new Help site replaces the former ITHelp.IllinoisState.edu and is the starting point for finding select information about Illinois State University. While the Help site has been launched with all the technology information previously found on ITHelp (including
LinkedIn Learning is a new professional development resource available to faculty and staff, with a multitude of topics such as equity and inclusion, technical aptitude and application, leadership, and mindfulness.
We have covered several methods that cybercriminals use to get your information or your money. Hopefully, you have learned a lot and taken steps to make your online presence more secure. However, there is more to cybersecurity than just protecting yourself. Cyber-champions actively help others around them avoid traps set by cyber-thieves. Cyber-champions are valuable
Cybersecurity attacks are personal. Cybercriminals steal personal information and target their victims based on their role and what information they have access to. Here are some tips that every redbird should know based on their roles and responsibilities. Students Students are often targeted with fear tactics or opportunity tactics. Either way the goal is to get
Phishing isn’t exclusive to email anymore. Scammers use text messages, DMs, phone calls, and many more methods to snag your personal information such as your ULID and password.
Here are some tips on how to avoid falling victim to social engineering scams.
I sat down virtually with Illinois State University’s Interim Chief Information Security Officer Dan Taube to get the scoop on the Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) campus-wide rollout.
In an increasingly digital world, we are spending more of our lives using technology to teach, learn, and work. Sometimes technology has a glitch or needs an important update. Other times scammers send a phishing email scheme that hits your inbox. Timely information for these situations, including potential workarounds to the problems, can help you when
You probably know about ReggieNet and MaxIT, both tools used to deliver instruction and training for different purposes.