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OIS Security Bytes: ONYEN Password Sharing
This week's update contains guidance for keeping your ONYEN password secure. For more information, contact your local IT Support or chat with us at help.med.unc.edu.
Located in Vital Signs / 2015 / May 21
Ndoh named UNC School of Medicine’s Assistant Dean for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
Uduak Ndoh has been named the School of Medicine’s assistant dean for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. He comes to UNC from Duke, where he worked as the director of Information Technology at the Duke Clinical Research Institute. Ndoh will officially begin the new role on May 1.
Located in Vital Signs / 2016 / April 7
2-Step Verification required for Office 365 in November
2-Step Verification will soon be required to access Office 365, which includes email, calendar and OneDrive, among many other applications. School of Medicine faculty and staff will be required to use 2-Step in early November. The mandatory 2-Step for Office 365 will be a phased rollout from November 1st - 8th. In preparation for this, several dedicated 2-Step Help Clinics will be available throughout the School of Medicine.
Located in Vital Signs / School of Medicine IT News
"Vishing" is when someone calls you with a worrisome problem that affects you (but it’s not true), then urges/pressures you to give up personal, financial or password information, or to allow remote connect to your computer to help solve it. Learn about how to recognize when this is happening so you can better protect yourself by watching this short four-minute video.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / Oct. 10
Network Maintenance for Wings B and C; Glaxo; and other buildings
ITS Networking will be rebooting network electronics (switches) in Wings B and C; Glaxo; AHEC; Brinkhous-Bullitt; MBRB; and Trailer 46 on May 6 at 6 a.m., which will cause a brief outage of less than 5 minutes.
Located in Vital Signs / 2015 / April 30
New Ransomware Threat – Actions required of all users
You may have heard of a new ransomware threat called ‘petya’ that is infecting computer networks around the world via Microsoft Office documents either attached to email messages or stored on web sites/servers for unsuspecting users to download. ISD needs all UNC Health Care employees and providers to take the following actions to prevent this ransomware virus from reaching our network.
Located in Employee News Online / 2017 / June 29
Important information for working from home during Condition 1 and 2
With the looming weather, some people may need to work from home when the University moves to Condition 1 and 2. It is recommended that School of Medicine personnel ensure they can access files and network drives from off campus using VPN in advance of the storm.
Located in Vital Signs / 2018 / Sept. 13
Security Bytes: New Toys, New Problems
UNC’s Office of Information Systems will be posting bite-size IT Security tips for our users. As IT security concerns become more a part of our everyday life, awareness is one of our best allies. This week's edition addresses tips for making sure new devices are secured. For more information, contact your local IT Support or chat at help.med.unc.edu.
Located in Vital Signs / 2015 / July 30
OIS Security Bytes - Too Much Onyen!
Protect Your Onyen! At UNC, our Onyens are usually our keys to many important sets of information including our email, our time card, even possibly our computer itself as well as whatever shared network space we are authorized to access.
Located in Vital Signs / 2014 / Aug. 28
OIS Security Bytes
UNC’s Office of Information Systems will be posting bite-size IT Security tips for our users. As IT security concerns become more a part of our everyday life, awareness is one of our best allies. For more information, contact your local IT Support or chat with us at help.med.unc.edu. This week's update focuses on EDUROAM, a wireless service for educational and research institutions.
Located in Vital Signs / 2015 / Jan. 8