Zoom Best Practices To request a Zoom Pro account, which gives faculty unlimited Zoom sessions, please email email@example.com. Read over the following resources on using Zoom. Getting Started with Zoom Adding Zoom to Brightspace Safety and Security First Be
Chatham Community, A malicious website claiming to be the live map for coronavirus/COVID-19 produced by Johns Hopkins University is circulating around the Internet. The website infects the user with the AZORult Trojan, an information-stealing program which can exfiltrate a variety
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
Do you use Google Calendar for meetings and events? If so, please note there is a new phishing threat lurking about. Users will receive an invite with a meeting subject, date and time. Inside the meeting details will be the
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.
By now, you’ve probably heard the names. Meltdown and Spectre, simplified, are exploits in modern Intel processors that leave machines vulnerable to hackers. Meltdown is mainly a threat to computers, while Spectre can also be used to gain access to