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Coming May 30: Additional Security Questions in PeopleSoft

On Tuesday, May 30, the Office of Information Technology will implement additional security measures to protect your privacy when accessing certain information in PeopleSoft (also known as Student Center). Beginning May 30, you will be asked to verify your identity … (Read More) Coming May 30: Additional Security Questions in PeopleSoft

DNS Changes Made to Increase Web Security

In September, we announced increased web security for our campus. This morning, January 6, the Office of Information Technology applied some additional safety measures to the network. Specifically, all systems will now be required to use Boise State’s DNS servers. Any hard-coded … (Read More) DNS Changes Made to Increase Web Security

Increased Web Security on Campus

Recently, the Office of Information Technology rolled out new software, called OpenDNS, to better protect our systems from malware, viruses and phishing sites. If you encounter a webpage that is blocked by OpenDNS, you’ll see a message that looks similar to … (Read More) Increased Web Security on Campus

Max’s Minute: Information Security

  Max Davis-Johnson, Associate VP and CIO, takes security of your data seriously. In this edition of Max’s Minute, Max discusses information security prevention, detection, awareness, policy and education. He also provides a couple of tips of things you can … (Read More) Max’s Minute: Information Security