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Another One Bites the DUST

September 18, 2019

Drexel University Security Training (DUST) provides students, faculty, and professional staff with the cybersecurity tools and knowledge they need to protect themselves, as well as their loved ones, against cyberattacks.

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Update: Sophos EndPoint Protection and Personal Computers

August 27, 2019

Drexel IT now only offers Sophos EndPoint Protection to faculty and professional staff for Drexel-provided computers.

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MFA Coming to DrexelConnect for Faculty

August 13, 2019

On August 13, 2019, Drexel Connect will require a Multi-Factor Authentication sign-in for faculty accounts. Faculty will be prompted automatically to authenticate via their default method.

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Wireless Security Update For DragonFly3

July 3, 2019

On Friday, July 5, 2019, Drexel will update a security component used when connecting to the DragonFly3 wireless network. Most computers, tablets and phones will accept the update automatically, but some will need help to re-connect.

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Announcing the @dragons.drexel.edu Alumni Addresses

July 3, 2019

Drexel's new @dragons.drexel.edu email service launches today! This new service allows Drexel alumni to keep their Drexel Office 365 mailbox indefinitely. The associated email address, however, will change to reflect your changing relationship with the University.

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Drexel Virtual Private Network (VPN) Security Improvements

May 29, 2019

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).

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CISO Visits the Women in Computing Society

May 29, 2019

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.

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Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) Account Security

March 11, 2019

Drexel IT has begun to roll out of multi-factor authentication (MFA) for Microsoft Office 365 to targeted departments across campus.

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New Zero-Day Exploit in Google Chrome Found

March 8, 2019

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.

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New NVivo License Available

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.

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Upcoming Changes to Signing in to DrexelOne and Drexel Connect

January 30, 2019

Beginning on February 13, 2019, Drexel IT will simplify the sign-on system for Drexel Connect (including DrexelOne).

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New Tech Update Issue: Data Privacy

January 28, 2019

A new issue of the Technology Update has been posted to the archive here! In this issue, Drexel IT provides information on data privacy.

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Drexel Chief Information Security Officer Receives HITEC 100 Award

November 12, 2018

Chief Information Officer (CIO), Thomas DeChiaro, and the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Dr. Pablo Molina, attended the Hispanic IT Executive Council at Cisco Headquarters on November 8-9, 2018. There, Dr. Molina was honored as one of the Top 100 Hispanics in Technology.

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Zoom Migration Begins October 30

October 30, 2018

As reported in the September Technology Update, Drexel now has a university-wide license for Zoom, the online meeting and video conferencing service. Drexel has begun contacting current Zoom users with instructions and an invitation to move their account onto the university license.

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Drexel's CIO and CISO speak with our CyberDragons

October 23, 2018

Thomas DeChiaro, Chief Information Officer (CIO), and Dr. Pablo Molina, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of Drexel IT, visited the Drexel CyberDragons to educate students on the importance of information security and to scout talent for co-op positions.

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Technology Update - October 2018 Issue Posted

A new issue of the Technology Update has been posted to the archive here! In this issue, Drexel IT provides information on information security.

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New Section on Information Security

September 11, 2018

The Information Security team in Drexel IT has added a new section to the Web site to bolster user awareness of information security. Under the new Information Security tab in the top navigation bar, you will find information on copyright, how to report phishing scams and stolen computers, and more.

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Windows 10 Feature Updates

August 15, 2018

With the release of Windows 10, Microsoft now provides "feature updates" twice a year. To maintain a more secure environment, Drexel IT requires installation of feature updates for all Drexel-owned computers that run Windows 10. Currently, a process is underway to update computers that are running older versions of Windows 10 to bring them up to date.

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More Phishing Scams

July 16, 2018

More phishing scams, especially those purporting to be from "Drexel University IT Center" regarding Office 365, are in circulation this morning. Drexel IT does not send such notices outside of an official template, and does not close accounts in this way. Do not click any links and delete it immediately unanswered.

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Technology Update - Information Security Issue

May 24, 2018

A new issue of the Technology Update has been posted to the archive here! In this issue, Drexel IT provides information on new privacy laws, password protection, and information security.

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"Mystery Shopper" Email Scams

May 21, 2018

Drexel Police are advising the campus community of an increasing number of reports of electronic and email "mystery shopper" and job posting scams, which attempt to steal money, information, or both.

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Stay Alert: More Phishing Emails

February 20, 2018

Drexel IT offers this friendly reminder to use caution whenever you respond to email, click links, or open attachments they provide. Check ourĀ Debunker page for more real examples of scam emails. More information about scam emails, and how to protect yourself, can be found on our Web site here.

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Departments: Purchasing Additional Office 365 Services

February 14, 2018

Drexel departments may purchase additional O365 services for their employees through the O365 Add-On Purchase Request form at drexel.edu/ITRequest under Request a Service > Accounts & Access.

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