Tools for Learning, Teaching, and Working Remotely at Texas Tech
We offer these IT resources and considerations to help during the COVID-19 crisis.
We are all responsible
We are all responsible for practicing and promoting cybersecurity. Find info on identity theft, spyware, social media safety, and more.
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News & Events
Message from the CIO
October is “Cybersecurity Awareness Month” and was launched in October 2004, by the National Cyber Security Alliance and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in an effort to raise awareness across the nation about the importance of cybersecurity. Texas Tech University has participated in “Cybersecurity Awareness Month” since inception as it highlights an important goal in the TTU IT Division’s strategic plan. Our commitment to maintaining a secure, reliable, and sophisticated information technology infrastructure, and continuously addressing the cybersecurity challenges that we face in higher education, only succeeds when we are all vigilant and practice safe computing. In this issue, we provide relevant and timely news on COVID-19 scam statistics and protecting yourself from healthcare fraud, as well as education and best practices for protecting institutional and personal information resources and data. Your partnership is critical in protecting institutional information resources. Go Tech!
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology