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Duo update: "Call Me" option to be turned off
Tuesday, July 14, 2020, IT Services will be removing the "Call Me" option to authenticate in Duo. If you've been using the "Call Me" option, read on.
Ransomware and you: Tips for avoiding NetWalker and others
There's no rest for the wicked, and that apparently goes double for malicious attackers during a pandemic.
Security in the age of WFH: Redux
Let's establish a few reminders relating to Webex security and online security in general.
New email phishing message claims to offer employment from Disability Resources office
Scammers are once again offering employment opportunities. Do not click!
New email phishing message targets April Payroll
IT Services has received reports of a fraudulent email message that appears to be coming from the Payroll Office.
Version of Sextortion phishing scam targeting some in Miami community
Please be aware that a new phishing email message that looks to extort money from recipients, has been reported.
Scam alert: Proctorio "cheating engine" is a virus
The Proctorio team reached out to Miami to alert us of a product currently being advertised to students as a “Proctorio cheating engine.”
New normal: WFH security tips
As we adjust to working and teaching remotely, cybersecurity has become more important than ever.
New Security Defaults Coming to Webex
Following a review of our current security settings, Miami will be instituting several global changes for Webex to better align with industry best practices on Tuesday, April 7, at 7:00 am.