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Awareness

The University of Cincinnati believes that a strong awareness of information security issues is essential to all students, faculty, and staff. The UCIT Office of Information Security (UCIT OIS) is constantly researching trends and issues, as well as adding relevant information to this web page.

To increase awareness, UCIT OIS has many years of experience in creating custom security materials. While some may be free, others might require a fee. If applicable, the fee will be based off of UCIT's broadband recharge fees. If you have any questions or require assistance with a specific need, contact UCIT OIS at infosec@uc.edu

Another area of effort is the development of training. UCIT OIS periodically offers training courses in various areas and will publicize them to the target community as they are scheduled.

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New Hire HR Compliance Training

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.

All new UC faculty, staff, and targeted student workers will receive an email with directions on how to access the required courses from the course provider, LawRoom (see link below).

  • The email will be FROM: University of Cincinnati and will also say "admin@lawroom.com"
  • The email will include the link to https://el.lawroom.com/UC/login.asp
  • The SUBJECT will be: Required HR Compliance Training

Questions or concerns regarding training and/or a matter of data security and privacy should be directed at infosec@uc.edu.

Information Security Awareness Week

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and is dedicated to create a safe, secure, and resilient cyber environment. The Department of Homeland Security in cooperation with the National Cyber Security Alliance and the Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center celebrated the Tenth Anniversary of National Cyber Security Awareness Month in 2013 and will celebrate many more to come!

ISAW is meant to help promote the month and spread awareness to the university community. Additional information about this day can be found on our Information Security Awareness Week page, or by visiting the Department of Homeland Security's website.

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