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Message from the CIO
The National Cybersecurity Alliance designates October as “National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.” Texas Tech University has participated in this initiative since its inception in October 2004. Given the current pandemic, the TTU IT Division will host a number of online educational activities for faculty, staff, and students, instead of our usual face-to-face events. Preying on COVID-19 fear and anxiety, cyber-criminal activity has proliferated beyond expected in 2020 (INTERPOL Report, August 4, 2020). We are challenged to match this insurgence with heightened vigilance. To that end, we encourage the TTU Community to review the materials provided in this issue in order to help protect TTU information resources and data. Note that many of these tips will also help you protect your personal devices and data. Your partnership is critical in protecting institutional assets and information. Go Tech!
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology