So many passwords!?!

How can you make sure your passwords are safe, yet accessible? To get some recommendations, I talked to Andrew Korty, an information security expert with the University Information Security Office at IU.

Movies about data privacy

In today’s world, it’s hard to go a day without engaging in activities that collect personal information. In recognition of Data Privacy Day on Jan. 28, we’ve listed some thought-provoking movies that touch on the importance of digital information to personal safety and freedoms.

Two-factor authentication for social media worth considering

There are many ways to protect social media accounts — and one of the best controls available now is two-factor authentication. Learn how to use 2FA with these tips from Al Joco, lead security analyst for IU’s University Information Security Office.

Where’s the snow? Don’t worry — it will be back

Whether you like it or not, you must brave icy, frigid conditions — and they will be back — in order to get to class. Professors and their in-lecture notes don’t wait for the snow to stop falling, so it’s up to us to find a way to get there. Luckily, I have just what you need!

Police, first-responders to get heroin overdose antidote

Indiana Attorney General Greg Zoeller said this week that Indiana is in crisis mode concerning opioid/heroin addiction and overdose. With overdoses and deaths on the rise, he and health experts (many volunteers) across the state are working to put a fast-acting antidote into the hands of first responders like police, firefighters and correctional officers.