Malicious cyber actors use cryptocurrency-based malware campaigns to install cryptomining software and hijack the processing power of victim devices and systems to earn cryptocurrency.
When we think of cybersecurity, the first thing that typically comes to mind are the big servers that house tremendous amounts of data and the computers on our desks.
We have all probably been asked a technical question by a friend, colleague or relative.
Email is perhaps the biggest threat to the security of our student and staff data.
While APS has strong protections in place to protect personal information, there are many other ways for thieves to steal your identity.
With the transition to MyAccess@APS, APS has introduced two-factor authentication. What does that mean and why is it important?! Read more.
When we discuss keeping everyone safe online, and keeping your data safe, the topic of firewalls and filters frequently comes up.
We have all be reading about how data from Facebook was provided to outside organizations.
Is your password something easy for you to remember like you dog’s name?
We will all soon be receiving our 2018 W-2s.