Check Out These Trojan Check Resources!

Project Restart is our campus-wide effort to return to on-campus living, learning, working and teaching, with the safety of our campus community as our number-one concern. Part of that effort is the Trojan Check Web App. Click above for helpful resources on using this app.

Digital Campus – Coming to You!

As part of its ongoing digital transformation, Information Technology Services (ITS) is bringing exciting new computer-based products and solutions, collectively known as the Digital Campus, to USC students, faculty, and staff! What’s a Digital Campus? The aim of ITS’ Digital Campus is to provide USC technology users with: Quicker online access, Improved learning tools and […]

Smarter Traveling: Tech Safety Tips

Whether you’re planning a road trip, going on a beach getaway, backpacking, or visiting family and friends around the world, these tips from ITS can help keep your information secure. Go to employees.usc.edu/smarter-traveling-tech-safety-tips for the full story.

Phishing Warning (December 12)

This article was originally posted on the ITS Security Blog at < a href="https://it-security.usc.edu/2019/12/13/phishing-warning-december-12th-2019-important-info-hr-department/">it-security.usc.edu/2019/12/13/phishing-warning-december-12th-2019-important-info-hr-department. USC users have reported receiving phish emails from a fake USC account impersonating USC HR Department similar to the example listed below.  If you have received a similar phish, do not reply or click the embedded link within the message. Sample […]

Phishing Warning (September 16)

This article was originally posted on the ITS Security Blog at it-security.usc.edu/2019/09/17/phishing-warning-september-16th-2019-you-have-1-important-pending-message. USC users have reported receiving suspicious emails regarding job opportunities similar to the one below. If your receive such an e-mail, do not reply and report it to security@usc.edu. Sample of e-mail: From: USC <cferreira@bg.uc.pt> Date: Monday, September 16, 2019 at 5:16 PM […]