About 75% of Americans plan to do at least half of their holiday shopping online this year, shows a new TransUnion 2019 Holiday Retail Fraud Survey. Yes, online shopping skips the crowds at the mall, but you need to navigate an increasingly
UPDATE: Are you getting more SPAM than normal? Have you used Chegg for textbooks? Did you know there was a data breach at Chegg? Here is what to do – reset all your passwords, do not use the same
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A new and unsettling email scam has been circulating. The email claims that you were recorded doing something nefarious with your computer and that you need to pay a ransom, or the video will be shared with your email contacts.
Video 1: Quick Start Video Video 2: How to Setup Your Email on Your Cellphone or Tablet (Finding Your App Password) Video 3: Setting Up Email in Apple Mail Setting up Multi-Factor Authentication (Detailed Instructions) When your account is activated
This new self-service password reset will enable you to reset, unlock, or change your password without having to contact the Chatham Helpdesk. This new functionality will provide you with additional security and convenience. In order to use this new service,
Advanced Threat Protection Email-borne malware against organizations continues to be a popular tool for malicious attackers. Chatham, per best security practice, already has a solution in-place with Microsoft Office 365 to help protect you against most known malicious email attachments
The most recent email SPAM attack on campus has affected a larger percentage of the Chatham community than we initially realized. The ITS department here at Chatham takes the security of everyone’s digital information very seriously. This recent attack has
We’ve noticed a big increase in phishing attacks directed toward the Chatham community. Phishing is when you receive an email that seems to be from a trusted company or colleague, but turns out to be designed to extract personal information.