The final week of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month examines the future of Internet-connected devices. NCSAM Week 4 will explore how technological innovations, such as 5G, might impact consumers’ and businesses’ online experiences (e.g. faster speeds and data transmission, and larger attack surfaces for cybercriminals).
Visit cisa.gov/ncsam to learn more.
We will also examine how people and infrastructure can adapt to the continuous evolution of Internet-connected devices moving forward. It is not only necessary to safeguard our personal devices, but all the devices we interact with. No matter what the future brings, everyone needs to be to do their part and #BeCyberSmart to ensure the safety of cyberspace and the campus community.
Just a reminder, on Wednesday October 28th from 1:30pm – 2:30pm, members of IT will be available in a Teams Live Event for a IT Town Hall talking about Cyber Security principles and talking about how IT is keeping out the bad guys and protecting MU resources, information, and intellectual property. Come with your questions around information security and topics that were covered during Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Here is the link to the event – https://bit.ly/3kvFoO2
You can always email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you you have any further questions or concerns about cyber security here at MU.