Effective April 26, 2016, Network-Based Faxing (RightFAX) is discontinued. Read more
On Monday, 3/22/16, a terrorist bomb attack targeting an airport and subway station in Brussels, Belgium killed 35 people and injured over 300. There is no known nexus to New York City but both cities have similar infrastructure so now is a good time to review how we would react to such a threat or actual attack.
CUNY Graduate Center
IT Announcements for Spring 2016
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The Internal Revenue Service issued an alert warning of a phishing scheme in which fraudulent email requests copies of tax forms or claims to provide access to tax form information. Payroll and human resources professionals have been targeted in some campaigns. Read more
All staff, faculty and students are encouraged to take this 30 minute security awareness program.
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On Monday, 11/16/15, The GC’s Title IX Coordinator and Public Safety Director were informed of an off-campus sexual assault involving two GC students. The female student reported that a male student drugged and sexually assaulted her while she was incapacitated.
The personal safety of students, staff, faculty and visitors is of primary importance at the Graduate Center. In the wake of the school shooting at Roseburg, Oregon, we are once again reviewing our present security posture and emergency operation plans and will be looking at strategies to prevent such incidents from happening on our campus. - See more at: http://www.gc.cuny.edu/About-the-GC/Resources-Services/Security-Public-Safety/Security-Alerts#sthash.ObEtY9Gz.dpuf
Attention GC Community,
Be aware that recently we have seen phishing attempts increasing both in sophistication and frequency, often mimicking legitimate Graduate Center resources in clever ways... Read more
Please take note of these important announcements regarding new or improved IT services and resources, as well as the cost-cutting measures required by the budget constraints... Read more
The FBI Internet Crime Center reports that university employees across the country are receiving fraudulent e-mails indicating a change in their human resource status so perpetrators can steal employee credentials and access direct deposit accounts. This alert outlines precautions that should be taken to protect yourself from this type of crime.