News & Announcements
"As part of our commitment to a safe and secure cyber workplace, we are pleased to provide information security training to all employees, faculty, and student workers," said Matthew Williams, Information Security Manager for the IT@UC Office of Information Security.
As many of you know, the university now uses McAfee ePO for enterprise management of anti-virus and full-disk encryption needs. Effective December 31st, 2014, the university will end support of Symantec PGP full-disk encryption. Machines not decrypted by this deadline may not be able to obtain recovery keys from the server causing the potential for data loss. It is strongly recommended that all PGP encrypted devices be decrypted within this time frame and that data be backed up prior to the decryption process. The Office of Information Security (OIS) will communicate directly with unit level IT staff in the following days to assist with identification of potential PGP users and systems. Full-disk encryption via McAfee ePO can be implemented by authorized unit level IT staff. Please contact OIS via email@example.com or 513-558-ISEC (4732) with any questions or concerns.
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