In support of ongoing efforts to better protect personal information, beginning on the morning of Thursday, May 30, the Drexel VPN will require Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA).
Dr. Pablo Molina, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Drexel IT, along with the Information Security team, visited the Women in Computing Society to educate students on the importance of information security and to scout talent for co-op and full-time positions.
Drexel IT has begun to roll out of multi-factor authentication (MFA) for Microsoft Office 365 to targeted departments across campus.
On March 1, 2019, Google released an update for its browser which patched an exploit malicious actors have already been found to be utilizing. Drexel's Information Security Team strongly advises all students and staff to update their chrome browsers to ensure secure browsing.
A new site license code is now available for NVivo Qualitative Analysis users. Depending on how the software is installed, the updated license key may have already been applied to your computer for you.
The Hispanic IT Executive Council (HITEC) compiles an annual list of the 100 most influential Hispanic leaders in the IT industry. Dr. Pablo Molina, Associate Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), is a 2019 HITEC 100 recipient.
Maya Graham, Drexel IT Project Management Office (PMO) co-op student, met with Dr. Molina to discuss his career and the role of Drexel's Information Security office, whose mission is to "protect the people, the information, and the systems of the University."