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New SANS Security Program has begun
IT Services announces a new session of the SANS Security Training videos we have provided, once again. The program consists of a series of short videos highlighting the dangers of on-line computer data theft. It brings awareness of how identity theft and data breaches happen, using us as the target.Emails have been sent to all university personnel regarding the program. If there are any questions, contact Jack Williams, IT Training Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
IT Services is now offering hands-on, classroom training in many of the most common programs we use on campus. Training subjects are listed below and include WORD, EXCEL, and PowerPoint. Two skill levels are offered for some subjects. Using RoyalDrive is also offered. Each class session is 50 minutes in duration, and usually requires 3 sessions to complete the material. All sessions are held in the IT Services Training Lab in Hyland Hall room #402.
Training Classes Available
|WORD 2010 - 2 levels||Using RoyalDrive|
|EXCEL 2010 - 2 levels||CMS - web page|
|PowerPoint 2010 - 2 levels
|Project 2010||Live@edu - Email|
|Outlook 2010||Live@edu - Calendar|
|Using Windows 7||SANS Security Awareness|
|Basic Computer Use||
Banner (on-line & Classroom)
For more information on Computer Training, click here!
Attention Calendar Users in Live@edu
Staff or faculty needing additional Live@edu Calendar or email training should contact Jack Williams, IT Services Training Specialist at email: email@example.com for class availability and times and dates.
For more information on Outlook Calendar click here!
Training Calendar and Registration
A training calendar is available with dates/times for current training sessions: Click here for the Training Calendar!
Data Privacy is an IT Services effort to help people protect their privacy and control their digital footprint, as well as escalate the protection of privacy and data as everyone's priority. The University of Scranton will provide tips on how to keep our information private and protected against unwarranted access.
Our security information site at: www.scranton.edu/staysafe offers tips to help insure the privacy and protection of information we use at the university and our personal data, as well.
The IT Training Data Privacy Page provides our community with current tips for improved privacy and security practices we can use to safeguard our data.
We're introducing Identity Finder to the university community. This easy-to-use program will allow us to secure all the files on our computers, that may contain personal or university data that needs to be protected. These files may include social security numbers, credit card numbers, passwords, and more, that we may not even know still exist on our computers.
For a comprehensive look at Identity Finder or a Quick Guide in PDF form, click here.
Training is available through IT Services. Call the Technology Support Center for more information at ext. 4357.
Classifying, Handling, and Securing University Information
We remind all staff, faculty and students that we all bear a responsibility to safeguard University information entrusted to us. We have policies in place to help us and people to whom we can go for further assistance.
If you have a question regarding how to properly use any type of information, click the links below.
|Information Classification and Protection Policy||List of Data Stewards|
For tips on Data Privacy and Protection, click here!