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This October marks the 20th anniversary of Cybersecurity Awareness Month (CSAM). With it comes our annual October IT Bulletin focusing on critical topics relating to cybersecurity. First, we showcase an exciting lineup of CSAM events planned throughout October. These events promote cybersecurity awareness and provide valuable insights to enhance your online safety. Next, we explore best practices for QR code security and for avoiding potential risks. We also include an article detailing essential tips and tools to ensure mobile device security. Finally, we share some cybercrime trends and statistics from the latest annual FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) report. TTU IT is committed to the protection of institutional information resources and data, and we encourage you to actively safeguard your online presence. Stay informed, stay vigilant, and stay safe online.

Sam Segran
Vice President for IT and Chief Information Officer

IT Bulletin | Vol. 20 No. 2
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