MIT community members: Back up your computer’s data to the cloud for free.
Follow these simple steps to protect your connected printer from hackers.
A vulnerability in current wireless encryption standards (WPA2) has been identified.
IS&T is hosting events and sharing information about secure computing during National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) in October.
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.
There's more than one way to update your password. IS&T provides several options to help you stay secure.
Beware of spear-phishing scams, which use personal information to try and trick you into providing confidential data or transferring funds.
Despite a recent security breach of Lynda.com, passwords of users of MIT's lynda.mit.edu gateway have not been compromised.