National Cyber Security Awareness Month
October 2014 marks the 11th Annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month! Cyber Security Awareness Month is designed to engage and educate students, faculty, and staff through presentations and information tables with the goal of raising awareness about cyber security and increasing the resiliency of NMSU in the event of a cyber incident. Dates, times, and locations for cyber security presentations and information tables may be found on the Security Awareness page!
Can’t attend? Watch our presentation online!
6 Ways to Improve Your Cyber Security
The Information Security Office, under the authority of the Chief Information Security Officer, is the department with primary oversight for protecting information at New Mexico State University. The Information Security Office promote security related training and awareness programs, monitor university systems, assess and audit university owned computers.
Data security is everyone’s responsibility! All users must comply with the Information Security Policies outlined in section 2.35 of the NMSU Policy Manual. Policy questions may be directed to the University Chief Information Security Officer, John Roberts: email@example.com
Report a security event
If you experience a security problem such as spam, e-mail abuse, copyright infringement, or network intrusion:
- E-mail the Information Security Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call (575) 646-5788 or (575) 646-5789
Report a computer misuse
If the material in question was sent from a campus e-mail address or network connection or on a NMSU website, send an e-mail to: email@example.com
Report a network or system problem
If you experience a software or computer issue, including network connection problems, Canvas and myNMSU problems:
- E-mail the NMSU ICT Help Desk: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Call (575) 646-1840