The fall 2022 term has begun and ITS Information Assurance (IA) wants everyone to be prepared! As students and faculty get into the excitement of being back on campus and start to settle into the semester, it’s time to remind the U-M community of their shared responsibility to take steps to protect themselves and the university.
- View and share the Securing the University of Michigan video, which explores the cyberthreats we all face and the actions the university takes to protect its resources, data, and the U-M community.
- Secure devices and strong passwords are the best defense against unauthorized access to data and resources. Visit Manage Your Passwords and Secure Your Devices to refresh your knowledge and help others stay safe.
- Protecting sensitive data is a responsibility of every member of the U-M community. Ensure you and your colleagues understand the guidelines for authorized access, responsible use and management of information, and appropriate services for storing U-M data.
- The U-M Safe Computing website has an array of resources on how to Be Safe Online:
Remember, information assurance is a shared responsibility, and each of us has a role to play in keeping you and the U secure.