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The Information Security Office serves the University by ensuring our faculty, students and staff can perform their duties in a low-risk environment.

The Information Security Office supports the mission of UTD by building a culture of security awareness and risk management to protect the confidentiality, integrity, availability and accountability of information assets.

We serve as partner and educator. Risk mitigation is achieved through awareness training, technology solutions, inclusion of security controls in new projects and regulatory compliance.

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Student Loan Repayment Scams

Renee Stone

August 4, 2021

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Due to the recent resurge of COVID-19, President Biden has extended the federal student loan payment pause to 9/30/2021. U.S. Congress is also considering another extension after the current pause expires. Scammers see the commotion (more…)

How to Deal With Unemployment Scams

Silas Vieira

May 13, 2021

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As the global pandemic has kept its hold on the world, many countries have established assistance programs to help individuals who find themselves unemployed or in need of assistance. Here in the United States, assistance programs (more…)

Portable Computing Device Security

Nate Howe & Chris Giles

March 4, 2021

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Students are increasingly dependent upon portable computing devices to support their education goals. As more students experience online classes, bedrooms and patios are becoming the new classrooms. Families have rapidly (more…)
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