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Phishing Warning:Suspicious Access

We are currently receiving emails with the Subject: Suspicious Access.  Please just delete them.  Do not follow the link.  If you have any questions, contact the support center at 4000.

NCSAM Week 4 – Building a Cyber Security Workforce With You In It

October 24-28 is Week Four of the National Cyber Security Awareness Month campaign, a national initiative to ensure everyone knows what they need to do to stay safe online. Stay engaged: Attend one of this week’s IT Security presentations: Theme:   Building a Cyber Security Workforce With You In It Dates:   This Tuesday (10/18) or Wednesday (10/19) Time:   10:00 -10:45am Location:   University Center SIGNAL MOUNTAIN Room Keep up with the IT

NCSAM Week 3 – Combating Cybercrime

October 17-21 is Week Three of the National Cyber Security Awareness Month campaign, a national initiative to ensure everyone knows what they need to do to stay safe online. Stay engaged: Attend one of this week’s IT Security presentations: Theme:   Recognizing and Combating Cybercrime. Dates:   This Tuesday (10/18) or Wednesday (10/19) Time:   10:00 -10:45am Location:   University Center OCOEE Room (Please note the room change) Keep up with the IT Security

Cyber Security Awareness Month

OCTOBER IS…. Along with other colleges and universities, UTC is promoting National Cyber Security Awareness Month; a collaborative effort to ensure everyone knows what they need to do to stay safe online. Our goal is to raise awareness about Internet-borne risks by engaging and educating the UTC community that cybersecurity is a shared responsibility, and it takes just a few simple steps to make the Internet experience more secure for everyone. Each

Acceptable Use of UT Chattanooga Devices

As you have probably all noticed that over the past several months we have seen an increase in the amount of SPAM in our inboxes. Some of this increase can be attributed to links that people at UTC have clicked on in SPAM emails. It is important for everyone to remember that everyone plays a big role in helping to keep our network safe. It is also important to

Wi-Fi upgrades in residence halls

Hello UTC residents! Have you heard the good news? You’re getting a network upgrade if you live in UTC’s residence halls! Click here to read Chancellor Angle’s message. As Chancellor Angle mentioned, the current Wi-Fi in UTC’s residence halls isn’t able to support the huge number of devices trying to connect. This is because the current system wasn’t designed to handle the huge growth of mobile devices on campus. Students

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Game console NAT type – update

Back in November in response to a lot of students asking about it, I wrote about the different game console NAT types to explain why users were dealing with moderate and strict NATs and what UTC could do to fix it.  Today I’m writing to let everyone know that if you connect to the “UTC” wireless network anywhere on campus or any of the wired ports in any of

Office 365 Free for Current UTC Students

Office 365 is free for current students with Windows 7 or later, or Mac OS 10.10 or later for installation on up to five devices (computers, tablets, phones). Navigate to the following link to begin your download of the Office 365 Suite of applications: http://products.office.com/en-us/student/office-in-education You will be prompted to login with your student email address. When you have input your Mocsmail address, Microsoft will send you an email with

Phishing Alert: “Warning! Upgrade Your Mailbox”

If you receive a warning purportedly from UTK warning “upgrading your mailbox”, please just delete it.

“RE: IT SUPPORT” Phishing Scam

If you receive email with the subject of “RE:IT SUPPORT” saying you are at the limit of your mailbox quota, please just delete it.  The link leads to a poorly designed phishing site.

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