Office of Information Security
We have several policies in place to ensure your accounts are secured. Please report any spam, phishing, or questionable emails by forwarding them to firstname.lastname@example.org for analysis.
See the sections below for more information, or see our security status updates.
Information about Adobe XI products' end-of-life, and how to continue using Adobe products.
Information about how to get antivirus software.
Information on the annually assigned security training modules, based on employee role.
The section defines what phishing is and information on how to protect your accounts.
This section serves as a how-to-guide for those who need to set up an Outlook or Gmail address.
This article explains the Abuse reporting enhancement that is now a part of Office 365 and the Outlook client for Tennessee Tech users.
Information about Risk Management, Current Initiatives, and Security Awareness Training.
Significant security flaws have been recently discovered which affect almost every computer manufactured in the past 10 years. This article provides information about the security flaws and ways you might protect your devices from exploitation.
Information about what multi-factor authentication is, what options you have available, and how you can use it to strengthen your Tennessee Tech account.
Information about password vaults and our recommendations for students, faculty, and staff.
Tips and advice on how to protect your passwords by keeping them strong and secure.
Videos of the Month from SANS, a security awareness training company.
Tips and advice on how to create strong passwords for your accounts.
This page details how users can install and access the VPN using computers they have administrative access to while using an off-campus internet connection.
This page details how users can install and access the VPN using computers they have administrative access to while using an on-campus network connection.