Security Awareness

Security Awareness aims to get you up to date with valuable information in the cybersecurity world while providing  knowledge on protecting your personal/work accounts and how to protect sensitive data without falling for identity theft.   We have informational videos and quizzes to test your security knowledge. So make sure to stay informed and be cyber smart.

Training & Awareness Quiz

How Aware Are You?

Can you tell the difference between a legitimate email and a phishing scam? Is your password as hack-proof as you think?  Here are a few basic cybersecurity trainings to increase your cyber IQ.

Begin Training

 

Phishing Quiz

This phishing quiz runs you through 8 email messages and notification. Some are legitimate, and some are examples of real phishing emails that are trying to steal your passwords. One of the best security defenses in protecting your online accounts and your password is being able to spot and recognize phishing emails. This quiz will show you how to check email addresses and URLs to identify scams.

Phishing Quiz

Get the Facts on P2P

P2P LogoIt is illegal to download or share copyrighted materials without the express permission of the copyright holder. If you download and/or distribute copyrighted material without the copyright holder's permission, then this is a violation of both Federal law and University policy and you are subject to severe penalties.

If caught, you may be subject to statutory damages up to $30,000 for each work infringed and, if willful infringement is proven by the copyright owner, that amount may be increased up to $150,000 for each work infringed. The penalty for movie infringements can be up to $250,000 per movie file. In addition, an infringer of a work may also be liable for the attorney's fees incurred by the copyright owner to enforce his or her rights, and may face university sanctions ranging from losing network usage rights to dismissal from the university.

 

This page is maintained by the Office of Security and Access Management
Emailsecurity@kent.edu
Phone: 330-672-5566
 

Security Videos

What is: Log4j

What is: Multifactor Authentication

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF PASSWORDS ON MOBILE DEVICES

 

Stay Safe on Public WiFi Networks

 

Protecting Your Computer in a Public Pace

 

Identity Theft

 

Identity Theft - I'm Mike