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McGill IT Security Awareness: “Cloud” – this week’s featured module

Tue, 2017-01-10 09:48

The SANS Video Library, a course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos, newsletters, and links to resources concerning IT Security.  

Check out this week’s featured module: “Cloud”

Already registered? Access the SANS Video library.

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IT Security Reminder: Log off after using computers on campus

Mon, 2017-01-09 10:06

McGill IT Services would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the importance of logging off from your Windows session on all campus computers, including podium PCs used during teaching sessions.

Leaving a computer with your personal Windows session open can allow subsequent users to access your McGill personal network storage (e.g. your P: or R: drive) and to open and send email messages from your McGill email account using the Outlook application on that computer.

When you have finished using a public computer, be sure to do the following:

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McGill IT Security Awareness: “Wi-Fi Security” – this week’s featured module

Tue, 2016-12-06 16:47

The SANS Video Library, a course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos and newsletters concerning IT Security.  

Check out this week’s featured module: “Wi-Fi Security”. Register through myCourses

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SANS Video Library: Self-Registration Instructions

Fri, 2016-12-02 15:24

 

The SANS Video Library is a security awareness program for all faculty and staff. This self-paced course includes a set of short educational videos, newsletters and quizzes on IT security. Each module identifies key behaviors that increase security risks to an organization and how we can address them. 

To register for the SANS Video Library: 

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McGill IT Security Awareness: “Encryption” – this week’s featured module

Thu, 2016-11-24 18:03

The SANS Video Library, the latest course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos and newsletters concerning IT Security.  

Check out this week’s featured module: “Encryption”. Register through myCourses

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McGill IT Security Awareness: “Privacy” – this week’s featured module

Tue, 2016-11-08 16:09

The SANS Video Library, the latest course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos and newsletters concerning IT Security.  

Check out this week’s featured module: “Privacy”. Register through myCourses

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McGill IT Security Awareness: “Hacked” – this week’s featured module

Tue, 2016-10-04 18:30

The SANS Video Library, the latest course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos and newsletters concerning IT Security.  

Check out this week’s featured module: “Hacked”. Register through myCourses

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McGill IT Security Awareness: “Data Security” – this week’s featured module

Wed, 2016-09-21 14:55

The SANS Video Library, the latest course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos and newsletters concerning IT Security.  

Check out this week’s featured module: “Data Security”. Register through myCourses

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McGill IT Security Awareness: “Passwords” – this week’s featured module

Thu, 2016-09-08 11:37

The SANS Video Library, the latest course offering in the McGill IT Security Awareness Training program, includes a set of short videos and newsletters concerning IT Security.  

Check out this week’s featured module: “Passwords”. Register through myCourses

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IT Security Reminder: Log off after using computers on campus

Fri, 2016-09-02 17:50

With the beginning of the Fall 2016 semester upon us, McGill IT Services would like to take this opportunity to remind you of the importance of logging off from your Windows session on all campus computers, including podium PCs used during teaching sessions.

Leaving a computer with your personal Windows session open can allow subsequent users to access your McGill personal network storage (e.g. your P: or R: drive) and to open and send email messages from your McGill email account using the Outlook application on that computer.

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Source Site: /it