Find out how to keep your digital world safe
Find out how to protect your user identity, personal data, devices, and PC, and about the part you play in helping to keep the University’s data and systems safe.
- Staff and Postgraduate Research students must complete Information Security Awareness training, which you can find in the Links section
- If you’re a student, take a look at our other resources in the Video carousel, Links and Guides sections
- If your Office 365 account has been enabled for Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), you can find more information about this in the Links section
For help, advice, and to report all information security incidents, contact IT Service Desk on: firstname.lastname@example.org or x3636.
Last updated on 04 August 2021
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- Transfer of Sensitive Data
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- Malware. It's out to get you.
- Protect your personal data
- Social media - think before you post!
- Physical threats
- Cyberbullying and harassment
- Personal devices and remote working
- Protecting your Android device
- Protecting your iOS device (iPad/iPhone)
- Protecting your Mac OS X device
- Protecting your Windows device
- BitLocker to Go - Encryption for personal USB drives
Anti-virus on University Devices
This resource was provided by Training and Documentation.
The Training and Documentation Team publish a range of user guides to help you use University IT facilities and supported software. They also run regular training sessions supporting MS Office applications (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Teams), and OpenText CMS.