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National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) 2019!

It's that time of the year again. Get ready to OWN, SECURE, and PROTECT yourself online both in the office and at home. 

Throughout the month, you will have an opportunity to test your knowledge on security principles, participate in escape rooms and learn more about social media phishing, email phishing, multi-factor authentication (MFA), online work safety and much more. Participation in weekly activities will not only bring your security awareness to the forefront, but help make Kent State University #BeCyberSmart.

Here you can find the weekly newsletters and activities! 

October 2019

Tip of the Week:

Anyone With Access to Your Computer or Mobile Device Could Potentially Infect It With Malware. Never Let Friends or Family Use Your Computer.

Friends or family members, especially children, could unintentionally infect your computer or mobile device with malware. When this occurs, all of the data on the computer or device could become compromised. If your computer has access to your workplace information, you should never let anyone else use it. This is true even if you create a guest account or other account for them to use.


Phishing scams appear to originate from a trusted source to trick a user into providing information. The attacker can then use this information to access your accounts, gather additional private information about you, and make purchases or apply for credit in your name.
More About Phishing

Identity Protection

Identity theft is a crime in which an imposter obtains key pieces of personal information, such as Social Security or driver's license numbers, in order to impersonate someone else.
More about Identity Theft


Your password protects you from unwanted access to your accounts. In combination with your userid, your password verifies who you are and also grants you access to protected resources.
More about Password Management

Security Alert

September 30th 2019

We have recently become aware that the following phishing email is currently circulating:

Email Subject Line: Network Solution Refreshing



How to Detect Phishing Emails