Protect your laptop and devices by getting them tagged and registered on Sept. 5 from 10 to 4 in the Zesiger Center Lobby (W35).
Get free software and cloud-based services from MIT -- and sure to read our earlier article for incoming freshmen: Protecting your computer.
MIT community members can make computing on the road safer and easier by doing these quick (and free) things.
There's more than one way to update your password. IS&T provides several options to help you stay secure.
Sophos and CrashPlan provide an added layer of protection – and they're free to download from the IS&T software grid.
Beware of spear-phishing scams, which use personal information to try and trick you into providing confidential data or transferring funds.
IS&T recommends following these best practices to make working away from the MIT campus as seamless and secure as possible.
Despite a recent security breach of Lynda.com, passwords of users of MIT's lynda.mit.edu gateway have not been compromised.
The Institute’s Virtual Private Network (VPN) makes it easy to connect securely to MIT resources no matter where in the world you are.