Here’s what IS&T recommends you do to be digitally secure at MIT.
IS&T is moving forward with the full migration of MIT’s email and calendaring accounts to cloud-based Exchange Online.
Mailman and Moira lists make it easy for those at MIT to create and manage mailing lists and to send mass emails.
Be wary of emails saying that your MIT password has expired.
Here are some things you can do to ensure you see more of the email messages you want and fewer of the ones you don’t.
Exercise caution when handling any email that appears to be from the IRS.
“Are you free at the moment? Let me know ASAP.” If you get an email from someone in your DLC asking for a quick purchase of gift cards, think twice.
IS&T is making changes to MIT’s email infrastructure to improve community members’ experience with two features of MIT’s email services: automatic forwarding and spam filtering.
MIT’s email security and malware detection infrastructure recently transitioned to Exchange Online Protection, a cloud-based component of Microsoft Exchange and Office 365. Here's what you need to know.
On December 3, email services at MIT were impacted by a distributed denial of service attack on MIT's email security infrastructure.