Posted Date: 31 Jan 2013
Effective Date: 31 Jan 2013
This week, NUIT's Senior Data Security Analyst, Roger Safian, discusses information security issues of concern to the NU community, including:
- Five common security holes that you should be aware of
- How bad grammar can make better passwords
- Tips on keeping your debit or credit card from being skimmed at the ATM
Links mentioned in this session are available below in Additional Information. Listen now.
The Information Security News podcast series, hosted by Senior Data Security Analyst Roger Safian, provides the Northwestern University community with timely information security issues and tips for a more secure computing experience.
The Information Security News series is a complement to the NUIT to Go series, which focuses on current and upcoming information technology services, initiatives, and support. Have a topic you'd like to suggest? Contact NUIT Communications.
- APPLE-SA-2013-01-28-1 iOS 6.1 Software Update
- Warning: New Hack Threat Leaves Millions at Risk of Cyber Attack
- 5 Security Holes Almost Everyone’s Vulnerable To
- How do you protect your phone and your data?
- 'Andyhave3cats' is a better password than 'Shehave3cats,' study finds
- Awareness is not enough, says EU Commissioner Kroes days before introducing EU Cybersecurity Strategy
- ATM hackers skim $3.3 million from 200 customers
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Last Updated: 31 January 2013