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1 Security Awareness Office of Informa(on Technology Informa5on Security Department Top Security Issues BE CYBER SAFE 1

2 Top Security Items for Passwords Social Networking Phishing Malware, Spyware, & An5- virus Confiden5al Data What is Confiden5al Data? Protec5on of Mobile Confiden5al Data Computer Disposal & Informa5on Destruc5on Regulatory Compliance (FERPA, HIPAA, PCI) PC Desktop Security Repor5ng a Security Incident Security Awareness INTERNAL USE 2

3 Passwords First line of security Password Paradox: use a strong password and remember it. Password Strength depends on Length & Complexity At least 8 characters long At least one alphabe5c character A mix of upper and lower case characters At least one numeric character At least one special character Security Awareness Weak passwords: roll5de, crimson4ever, querty, CharlieBrown, default Strong passwords: M00dR!ng32, C5$atw13!, Zufzy101* Passwords should be mobile. Change them ocen, and do not use the same password for all of your accounts. 3

4 Social Networking Online communi5es like Facebook, Google+, MySpace, and Twifer, that allow people to interact with family, friends, and others who may have similar interests. Some cau(ons include: Phishing & Iden5ty Thec Loss of Privacy Viruses and Malware Cyberbullying Other Predators How to be Cyber Safe Keep private informa5on private! Use privacy seings Only approve friend requests from those you know Only post info you are comfortable with others seeing Always make sure you are at the REAL site when entering your creden5als Be skep5cal! 4

5 Phishing Phishing is a type of fraud, usually carried out electronically using , Instant Messaging, or Text Messaging. It seeks to steal private informa5on (such as passwords or bank account/credit card numbers) by posing as a trustworthy party or organiza5on. How to be Cyber Safe Never reply to an unsolicited that asks for personal informa5on Never click on any links within an unsolicited Always visit a commerce or financial ins5tu5on s website directly Never share account informa5on/passwords. It is against UA policy Regularly check your accounts for unusual ac5vity Always use common sense and good judgment 5

6 Malware, Spyware, & An5virus Malware is malicious code that is designed to secretly access a computer system without the owner s informed consent. Includes: viruses, worms, trojan horses, spyware, adware, scareware, crimeware, rootkits, etc. According to the major an5virus vendors, there were more than 20 million new strains of malware iden5fied in 2010 alone. In 2011, 73,000 new strains of malware created daily according to Panda Labs. How to be Cyber Safe Do not download shareware or freeware from suspicious sites Do not click on web pop- ups claiming to be an5- virus protec5on Keep an5virus and an5spyware socware up to date Ensure an5virus socware is configured to update automa5cally Scan documents for malware when you access files from external devices or import afachments At UA we use McAfee & manage over 8600 computers via epo. 6

7 What is Confiden5al Data? Generally, confiden(al data is any informa5on that contains the following elements in conjunc5on with an individual s name, birth date, or other iden5fier: Social Security number Credit card number Driver s license number Bank account number Pa5ent treatment informa5on How to be Cyber Safe Scrub old class rosters/student lists of any SSNs used as ID numbers Ensure research/irb data is secured with appropriate controls For students: Protect your personal confiden5al data UA houses confiden5al data in secure systems in a secure data center with appropriate controls Encrypted at rest and in transit 7

8 Mobile Confiden5al Data Confiden(al data can also be transmifed/stored in mobile devices such as laptops and smart or mobile phones. How to be Cyber Safe Be aware of confiden5al data in files, s, and afachments Treat your mobile device like a wallet or purse. It may contain as much personal iden5ty informa5on Check over your shoulder when in public Specifically for Laptops Enable Passwords UA offers Hard Drive encryp5on via Checkpoint USB flash drive encryp5on via Endpoint Specifically for Smart/Mobile Phones Enable screen password Flash storage cards and SIM cards can hold sensi5ve data Remote wipe is available for select phones 8

9 Computer Disposal & Informa5on Destruc5on Prior to disposal, computer systems should be sani5zed and secured. Confiden(al data can remain hidden on old hard drives and may not be cleaned off by the system s new owner. How to be Cyber Secure Prior to disposal, wipe hard drives to ensure confiden5al data is destroyed. Use KillDisk Be aware of any confiden5al data that you store on external storage like USB Flash Drives, DVDs, CDs, and external hard drives Destroy unwanted media to ensure they are secured 9

10 Confiden5al Data & Regulatory Compliance UA is required to comply with federal regula5ons regarding the handling of par5cular types of confiden5al informa5on: HIPPA: Use and disclosure of protected health informa5on FERPA: Use and disclosure of protected student informa5on PCI DSS: Merchant compliance with payment card industry data security services How to be Cyber Secure Afend basic security training annually (in process) If you use pa5ent treatment data or have access to a facility that contains pa5ent treatment informa5on: HIPAA annual training and acknowledgement If you use student records of current students: FERPA training If you process credit cards for customers: PCI 10

11 PC Desktop Security Most security incidents are caused by flaws in socware called vulnerabili(es. According to Symantec sta5s5cs, the number of new vulnerabili5es reported has increased to 6,253 in 2010 from over 1,914 vendors. This included 14 zero day vulnerabili5es in products such as Internet Explorer, Adobe Reader and Adobe Flash. How to be Cyber Secure Keep your Opera5ng System and other socware up to date on security patches Keep your an5- virus socware up to date Turn on your local Windows Firewall Backup your system and files periodically Be mindful of the web sites you visit Lock your PC whenever you are away from your desk Set a secure screen saver that auto- locks acer 15 idle minutes Use strong passwords for all your accounts 11

12 Repor5ng a Security Incident Please contact the OIT Service Desk ( ) or send an to to report any of the following: Suspected compromise of a UA informa5on technology system Suspected unauthorized disclosure of Confiden5al data or internal use only data Suspected unauthorized use of your bama, e- mail, or network account Misuse of informa5on technology resources Stolen or vandalized informa5on technology owned by UA General suspicious computer ac5vity or concerns For more informa5on regarding safe on- line prac5ces, go to hfp://cybersafe.ua.edu, hfp://oit.ua.edu/security or hfp://onguardonline.gov. 12

13 Ques5ons/Comments Security Awareness Security is everyone s responsibility. 13

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