Each October, UNH recognizes National Cyber Security Month by offering informational programs and resources about laws and university policies which require us to protect information, as well as good practices, tools, and solutions we all can use to identify and protect such information.
2014 COMING EVENTS:
Weekly Mobile Device Security Clinics
1:00 to 4:00PM on 10/9, 10/16, 10/23 and 10/30 (all Thursdays)
Room 339, Dimond Academic Commons (DAC), at the rear of Dimond Library
Bring your mobile device for a 15 minute personalized session to get experienced guidance on settings and applications that will assist you to protect your privacy and personal information. Open to all UNH students, faculty and staff. Get a free Information Security T-shirt while supplies last!
Michael Leking, Department of Homeland Security
Mr. Leking is one of four regionally deployed Department of Homeland Security Cyber Security Advisors (CSAs) and he discussed the programs roles and responsibilities as they relate to cyber security and infrastructure protection. CSAs convey current information on emerging cyber threats, federal initiatives and technology, and training opportunities, keeping communities informed and maintaining a working partnership across national, regional, and local programs in cyber security. Over the last two years, Mr. Leking has developed relationships with critical infrastructure owners and operators and state and local governments throughout the Northeast region. Mr Leking provided a narrative of his experiences, an overview of current malware and attacks, and DHS' cyber security assessments and other freely available resources.
Photos from the event by Marty England, UNH IT:
Christopher Mulcahy, USNH Internal Audit
Mr. Mulcahy, USNH IT Audit Manager, presented a brief overview of data leakage cases which occurred at US institutions of higher education - including USNH- and discussed prevention and remediation strategies and tactics.
Event photos by UNH ISS:
Last update 10/23/2014