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UNH Information Security Services (ISS) provides leadership in establishing technology, policies, standards and practices to enhance information security for UNH and USNH. Read about UNH ISS services, staff and partnerships.
Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerabilities Impact Most Computing Devices - Posted January 5, 2018
KRACK Wi-Fi Vulnerability - Posted November 15, 2017
myMail Credential and Email Harvesting Application - Posted November 7, 2017
CCleaner Compromise - Posted September 22, 2017
Critical Vulnerability Impacting Bluetooth Devices - Posted September 14, 2017
Petya Ransomware Attack - Posted June 27, 2017
Large List of Email Address/Password Combinations Posted - Posted May 15, 2017
Large Scale Ransomware Event - Posted May 12, 2017
ISS Introduces The Phishbowl The Phishbowl provides UNH users with a self-service way to determine if an email they have received is a known phishing attempt. Check out The Phishbowl at https://www.unh.edu/it/the-phishbowl
Don't think you have sensitive data on your computer? Most of us believe so but one UNH department recently found out the hard way when a data breach occurred. Use UNH Identity Finder to deal with sensitive information on your computer. Read more at https://www.unh.edu/it/kb/article/find-sensitive-data-before-the-bad-folks-do.html.
Data is a toxic asset: Saving data unnecessarily is a risk to the institution and individuals according to Bruce Schneier, noted computer security and privacy expert: https://www.schneier.com/blog/archives/2016/03/data_is_a_toxic.html