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Acknowledgments

The Office of Information Security team are proud to display our accomplishments

Cissp  River ISOc Issa

              CISSP                Certified Lean Six Sigma             USG ISO Conference        Members of the Columbus Chapter

 

WICS

Women in Cyber Security (WiCyS) has become a continuing effort to recruit, retain and advance women in cybersecurity. Loretta Marshall, the UITS Information Security Administrator, presented at the WiCyS 2017 Conference. Her presentation topic at the conference will be about Organizing Cyber Security Awareness Month for a University Campus. More information about the WiCyS 2017 conference can be found at the Information Security blog.

Splunk Day Technical Meeting

Thanks to everyone who attended the Splunk Day Technical meeting from various universities within the University System of Georgia. Georgia Institute of Technology - Kyle Koza was the morning presenter with a great question and answer session before the lunch break.

Kennesaw State University - Stephen Gay and team demonstrated how they used Splunk to identify the use of a key logger on a PC and the ability to monitor and capture the user changing grades. The session ended with a tour of the CSU Cyber Security Center of Excellence lab by Abraham George and Wayne Summers.

Pilot 2017 - Cyber Security Training

Faculty & Staff should have received an email from Human Resources regarding a cyber security awareness training. Due to recent cybersecurity threats, we wanted to assure you that this email did indeed come from CSU Human Resources. The cyber security training is essential to keeping our network secure, and we encourage you to review it thoroughly. Please follow the instructions provided in the former email to complete the training by Jan. 1, 2018.

TAG Columbus Cyber Simulation Featuring: Aflac, Columbus State University, and more

December 12, 2017

Join TAG Columbus at CSU to participate in a real-world scenario that would strain personnel and resources, and cause numerous critical decisions that effect both the information technology function, and business processes.

Click here to register and for more information

DPD

Data Privacy Day is an international effort led by the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA) in the U.S. to create awareness about the importance of "Respecting Privacy, Safeguarding Data and Enabling Trust." Data Privacy Day is the signature event of the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. privacy awareness campaign to inspire digital citizens to own their online presence by protecting their personal information and managing their privacy.

 

UITS/Office of Information Security will host webinars for Data Privacy Day on January 25th in the TSYS Center for Cyber Security - CCT125 from 1:00 pm to 5:30 pm. For viewing recorded webinars go to Data Privacy Day 2018