Do you really need that file from 2005? If not, delete it! North Carolina law and UNC’s Records Retention and Disposal Policy require that employees discard information that is no longer relevant to the operation of the University.
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When you lose your phone, do you lose your contacts? When you replace your phone, do you lose your apps? When you upgrade your phone do your malicious apps come along to the new phone? There are many tools that … Continued
Using your University of North Carolina work email as the primary email account for your personal banking, credit card, savings, and other accounts is dangerous for many reasons. Your UNC email address is more likely to be attacked and/or hijacked … Continued
Bring your lunch and eat while we discuss: Understanding 2-Factor, using it at work and home Easier ways to make and use stronger passwords, even without 2-factor Looking for past password releases Why you should lie in the answers … Continued
Because USB drives (sometimes known as thumb drives), are small, readily available, inexpensive and extremely portable, they are popular for storing and transporting files from one computer to another. However, these same characteristics make them appealing to attackers and putting … Continued
With Office 365 Two-Step Verification now required of all UNC users, F&O IT Security would like to encourage you to implement a multi-factor authentication option (MFA) on some of your other frequently visited websites. Adding a MFA option to sites … Continued
The website haveibeenpwned.com enables you to see if your email or password has been compromised in a data breach. Go to the site, enter your email address(s) and it will tell you the results. (According to Wikipedia, pwned is a … Continued