Security

Keeping Your St. Edward's Account Safe

When it comes to hacks, it’s best to think “when,” not “if.” But what can you do to guard yourself against the ever-increasing number of cyberattacks? You may not be able to stop these kinds of attacks — and ...

Avoiding Phishing Attempts

We're here to help you identify phishing attempts and to protect your account information. You can always forward suspicious emails to OIT support if you're unsure about the legitimacy of a message. That said,...

Getting Started with CrashPlan for Mac

CrashPlan is our self-managed, encrypted cloud backup solution for faculty and staff devices, including laptops and desktops. Setting up your automated backup is a breeze. 1) Download the CrashPlan installer...

Getting Started with CrashPlan for Windows

CrashPlan is our self-managed, encrypted cloud backup solution for faculty and staff devices, including laptops and desktops. Setting up your automated backup is a breeze. 1) Download the CrashPlan installer...

CrashPlan Backup FAQs

CrashPlan is designed to be a self-managed, automated backup of your important files, but here are some pointers in case you're curious. Where can I download CrashPlan? We keep the latest installers in Box for...

FAQs About Encryption

The Office of Information Technology is rolling out full-disk encryption (FDE) to all faculty and staff computers. What does that mean? Here are a few things to know. What is full-disk encryption? Encryptio...

Spotting a Phishing Attempt

It's important to know the signs of a phishing message so you can safeguard your personal information. We've pulled together several examples we've seen recently and identified some warning signs in each. Exa...

Cybersecurity at St. Edward's

OIT's security team is known as Iron Goat. With members from several different departments in OIT, they are an information technology and data security working group aimed at improving the security of the unive...

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