New Wake Forest Information Security Website

Posted on: April 5, 2013

 Have you ever:

  • fallen for a “phishing” email scam?

  • received an email asking you to share your password, account information or social security number?

  • wondered about the best way to secure your valuable data?

  • wanted to know how to prevent bad things from happening to good data?

If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you need to visit the newly designed Wake Forest Information Security web site at infosec.wfu.edu to read about safe and secure computing at Wake Forest University.  Each of us, as members of the University community, has personal responsibility for protecting information and adhering to regulations and compliance standards. Our updated site has all the information you need to make sound, educated decisions regarding information security.

As a member of the Wake Forest community, you will have the opportunity to win a Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex 500GB external hard drive when you visit our Information Security web site.  The contest ends Friday, April 12th.

As well, the Information Systems Service Desk at help@wfu.edu is available to help with your questions and concerns. Both of these web sites are available 24×7 and contain the answer to most any Information Systems or Information Security question.

Joel Garmon

Director, Information Security

Wake Forest University

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