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November 2, 2018
Congratulations! You’re embarking on a research project. Your plate will be full; lots of ideas and tasks.
While you think you may not have time to attend a long list of rules and requirements, we encourage you to pay attention to these Do’s and Don’ts of protecting your data.
x Store data on personal devices
Facebook is one of the most famous social media sites in today’s modern world. Started by Mark Zuckerberg with his fellow roommates in 2004 to allow students at Harvard University to connect with each other, Facebook gained immense popularity in a short span of time and is now used by 2.2 billion people worldwide. It has also played a vital role in transforming the world into a global village.
April 1, 2018
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June 9, 2017
Stop and think for a minute about how much information about you is online right now: Do you have a Facebook page? What about LinkedIn? Did you post any tweets today, or retweet someone else's message? Have you been part of an event where there are pictures of you or does your name appear in a participant list? Written any blogs or responded with comments to news articles? Filled out any online petitions?
March 13, 2017
One question that the InfoSec team gets quite frequently is, how do I encrypt a file to send via email? Well I'm glad you asked!
January 3, 2017
You exist in digital form all over the Internet. It is thus important to ensure that the digital you matches what you are intending to share. It is also critical to guard your privacy — not only to avoid embarrassment, but also to protect your identity and finances!
January 10, 2017
"Want to know your Star Wars character name? Your Professional Wrestling Name? Your My Little Pony name? Just take your birth month, or the street name of the first house you lived in, the city you were born in, your mother’s maiden name, name of your childhood best friend, first name of your spouse’s father and post them below."
December 1, 2016
You should understand how to present yourself on social networking sites and how to safeguard your information. What many may consider temporary or fleeting will most likely remain on the Internet forever. As a result, keep these dos and don’ts in mind when sharing online.