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 […]
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.
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 […]
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 email@example.com. Sample of e-mail: From: USC <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Monday, September 16, 2019 at 5:16 PM […]
Beginning on Wednesday, July 24, you will access the applications available through your @usc.edu O365 account via the same USC single sign-on (SSO) process that you currently use to access services such as Blackboard, Workday, MyUSC, and others.
Like many people, you’re probably more relaxed about tapping links on your phone than you should be. Hackers and criminals know that you’re more likely to fall for a phish on a mobile device.
USC faculty, students, and staff may sign up to receive text notifications of major service issues on their mobile devices. Please note that you will need to log in with your @usc.edu email address and password to access the sign-up form.