Information security education focuses on addressing the weakest link in the quest for a secure environment-people. In today's helter-skelter world of online interactions, transactions and distractions, the risk of information security threats is more widespread than ever, and all it takes is one wrong click or one unattended computer to put yourself and the university at risk.
Our education empowers users to learn how to use the Internet safely and securely at work, school and home. Use the resources below to learn how to start protecting yourself and Florida State.
Learn how to protect yourself and university data against cyber attacks with a series of short training videos. Topics include creating strong passwords, identifying phishing emails, securing mobile devices, and safely connecting to Wi-Fi. Just log in with your FSUID and password and register for one of the five available courses. All Securing the Human training videos are created and provided by SANS.
Privacy education and awareness are the foundation of information protection at FSU.
Pick up some quick and easy-to-follow tips on basic cybersecurity practices with these "if nothing else, do this" recommendations.
Bring security education to you. ISPO team members are available to make presentations to groups and at conferences on information security and privacy subjects. Our team can also work with technical staff to provide security training or facilitate on premise classes in technical subjects such as network security.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss having someone visit your group.
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Join us for monthly meetings about protecting the confidentiality, availability and integrity of sensitive and confidential university information. These meetings present current IT security issues and open the floor for interactive discussions. Meetings are generally held on the first Thursday of each month and are best suited for university systems administrators
Subscribe to the Nolenet listserv to start receiving meeting notices.
Stay up-to-date with current security news and alerts with the security listserv. This mailing list provides detailed updates on security-related issues impacting the university and is available to individuals with an FSU email.
Subscribe to the security listserv to join the conversation.
Reference the following links for more valuable information regarding information security and privacy.
Visit the websites below to enroll in official training seminars for important IT security certifications.
ISPO is continuously looking for educational options to enhance our ability to safeguard information at Florida State. Stay tuned for more training opportunities and resources.