OIS Videos

International Security

Tips for protecting your privacy while traveling.


Information Security Resolutions

Start the new year off right with a few simple tips that will help keep you secure all year.


Phishing Ruins Lives

Tune in as Jim suffers the consequences of poor online habits. In his haste to meet friends he falls victim to online crooks who steal all of his money and lock him out of his online accounts. Watch the video to see just how dangerous having poor browsing habits can be.

Shredding Events

IT@UC Office of Information Security provides document shredding events to all students, faculty, and staff. You are invited to drop off professional or personal documents to ensure they are securely destroyed and recycled.

Goin' Phishing

It is a great day to go phishing on the internet! Everyday more people get hooked. Watch this video to reel in some helpful tips!

What is the Office of Information Security?

A short video explaining who we are, and what we do!

What is OIS? Governance and Compliance

What is OIS? Education and Awareness

What is OIS? Information Security Risk Management

What is OIS? Cyber Incident Response & Forensics

2015 Spring Shred Event Announcement

The IT@UC Office of Information Security (OIS) will be providing a free document shredding event on April 23, 2015. This event is for all students, faculty, and staff to drop off professional or personal documents to ensure they are securely destroyed and recycled. It will be held from 9a.m. - 1p.m. on West Campus in McMicken Commons.

Encryption Ep. 1

A simple explanation of encryption, and why it's important to use.

Don't Fall for Spam Calls

Trusted companies should never ask you for your personal information.

Password Protect Devices

You never know who may be watching, so be sure to put a PIN/Password on your mobile device!

Secure Passwords, Don't Do It To Be Cool

You may think that you can't be secure, but you can. Protect yourselves and your passwords.

The Infopocalypse is upon us!

Stay safe when being social and beware of those social media zombies!