Make computing on the road safer and easier by doing these quick (and no cost) things.
Everyone at MIT should do these things to secure their digital devices and information.
Do you need to worry about malware on macOS? In a word: Yes.
It's important to report any IT security incident as soon as you are aware of it so the IS&T Security team can take proper steps.
Knowledge and awareness are key to reducing your chances of a cyberattack.
Ensure your online information is secure: Learn what makes a good password.
Even computers that don’t appear to have any valuable information can be attractive targets for attacks. Take steps to protect yourself.
Scammers are getting smarter. Learn how to identify and avoid phishing attempts with these tips.
Headed to the Get Connected with IT @ MIT event on September 3? Bring along your laptop and/or tablet and get it tagged courtesy of MIT.
Find out about all of the software and cloud-based services you have access to while you're an MIT student and where can you find them.