Cybersecurity awareness month: Spotlight on Data Security [INFOGRAPHIC]
Remember when we told you most cyber breaches in organizations happen due to human error? It is everyone’s collective responsibility to keep personal information safe from unauthorized access and misuse. This is not only a legal obligation, it is also a responsibility outlined in University policies.
Cybersecurity awareness month: Spotlight on data privacy
In Canada, a single data breach results in an average expense of $6.03 million and has the potential to expose over 20,000 records. What steps are you taking to ensure your faculty or service is avoiding this expense?
During the 2017 Thanksgiving long weekend, our offices will be closed, however, our telephone support at extension 6555 and the Morisset Service Desk will offer reduced support during the long weekend.
In order to improve our change management procedures and provide increased visibility, the following additional tasks will be required when change requests are approved at a Change Advisory Board (CAB) meeting.
Outside of regular office hours, after 4:00 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends, the Service Desk is staffed by University of Ottawa students who have technical training. The students can assist you with: