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The National Cyber Security Alliance designates October as “National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.” For the past 15 years, Texas Tech University has participated, hosting a number of educational activities for faculty, staff, and students. As cybercrime continues to proliferate and cyber criminals become increasingly savvy, we must all be vigilant and practice safe computing. We encourage you to review the materials provided in this issue. Our goal is to raise cybersecurity awareness and protect TTU information resources and data. Many of these tips will also help you protect your personal devices and data. Remember to think before you click...we are all responsible. Go Tech!

Sam Segran
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology

IT Bulletin | Vol. 16 No. 3
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