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This article covers common questions around the Duo Multi Factor Authentication Service.
Ithaca College provides Single Sign-On capabilities through integration with various College systems via SAML2 capable Identity Provider.
Ithaca College IT provides an anti-virus/anti-malware program from Microsoft for all college-owned Windows and macOS computers. For Windows, the program is called either Windows Defender or System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP). For MacOS devices Crowdstrike Falcon Protect is used. This guide describes how to scan your computer using this software to search for malicious programs.
Mobile devices and tablets run applications to perform a variety of functions. These device functions range from operations as simple as web browsing and e-mail to more complex functions, like multimedia editing and file access. They can connect to wireless networks and can often include the ability to connect directly to cellular data services, even when outside the range of a Wi-Fi signal. This article covers best practices for mobile device security.
A virtual private network (VPN) establishes a secure connection between your computer and the VPN server in the internet. This means that no one besides the VPN provider can see your traffic, so you can browse the internet without other people on an unprotected Wifi network or your internet service provider seeing what you do. Ithaca College’s GlobalProtect VPN does not provide all of these features, so this article contains recommendations for 3rd party VPN providers.
This article answers some frequently asked questions about ransomware.
Phishing is defined as trying to obtain financial or other confidential information from someone by imitating a trusted organization or person. This article explains how to spot phishing emails, including some helpful examples of real phishing attempts at IC.
At Ithaca College, behavior regarding the use of technology and computers is governed by the All College Computer Use policy, the College Web and Information Systems policy and the Student Conduct Code. In general, if you wouldn't do it in the real world, don't do it in the cyber world.
This article explains how to create strong, secure, and safe passwords, as well as addressing some of the common misconceptions about passwords.
This article answers some frequently asked questions about malware.