Please be aware of a recent email scam targeting USC students, faculty, and staff. This scam is usually sent from an email address that may… Read more »
Sensitive and confidential information comes in many forms but is generally any information you would not want disclosed. Examples of this information include:
Security researchers have recently discovered a type of malware infecting Internet routers around the world. Called VPNFilter, this malware is thought to have already infected… Read more »
If you like taking online quizzes, make sure you’re not giving away answers to common security questions. If you announce the name of your first… Read more »
The IRS is aware of a number of scams targeting taxpayers. In one common scam, victims receive a phone call from someone claiming to be… Read more »
Did you know that information security vendor KnowBe4 has a YouTube channel?
Recently, a new Netflix-themed phish campaign has been making the rounds. In this scam, users receive an email, appearing to be from Netflix, stating that… Read more »
Security researchers have identified hardware vulnerabilities that affect most computer processor chips, including those made by Intel, AMD, and ARM. The vulnerabilities, known as Meltdown… Read more »
Cyber scammers don’t take breaks during the holidays, so remember to stay alert for phish, phony web sites, and other scams during the winter break. Check… Read more »
There are many ways you can protect yourself online, and October—National Cybersecurity Awareness Month—is the perfect time to learn about them.