Information Security Services (ISS) recommends employees take the following actions:.
Learn How to Protect Yourself from Phishing Attacks
- Check out The Phishbowl which provides a self-service option for checking to see if an email you received is a known phishing email. Legitimate University communications that have been reported as phishing are also posted here.
- Visit the Phishing Awareness section of UNH Information Security Services website.
- Use the Phishing Awareness training modules available in myCourses to hone your skills at spotting phishing emails. (Coming Soon)
Help Keep the University Secure
- Review the USNH Data Classification Policy and discuss what kind of data you have access to and what precautions are required in regards to that data, with your manager or supervisor.
- Visit the Incident Reporting section of the ISS website to learn how to identify an information security incident and the process for reporting incidents.
Protect Your Device(s)
- Learn about your options for anti-malware/anti-virus software at UNH and ensure you have anti-malware software installed on your device(s).
- Using a Windows device? Learn about Windows Configuration Management and how this service can ensure your computer is automatically receiving Operating System updates
- Follow ISS's Tips for Keeping Devices Secure
Protect Yourself and Your Accounts
- Set and maintain a strong password.
- Follow ISS’s recommendations on Good Security Practices at Work/School and at Home.
- Know the Signs Your Account has been Compromised.
Stay Informed about Information Security at UNH
- Visit the UNH IT Homepage and locate the section where Service Announcements are posted. This is also where you can find Security Alerts and Outage Notifications.
- Sign-up for the RSS feed for the Information Security Services blog
Looking for additional information about Information Security at UNH? Have a question for Information Security Services? Visit the About ISS page for information on how to contact the ISS team.