Key Zoom Features for Secure Meetings
Aggressive Phishing Campaigns Target Pandemic Fears
How to Spot a Phishing Scam
Remain Vigilant! Scams may increase while you’re working from home.
Major Data Breach Exposes Database Containing 200 Million Users
Zoom Privacy Issues And How To Protect Yourselves
Public Zoom Settings Can Allow Unwanted Visitors to Join Meetings and Share Unsavory Content
FTC: Beware Scammers Offering COVID-19 Money
Fraudulent Coronavirus Map Delivers Malware
Beware of COVID-19 (CoronaVirus) Scams!
Return to Fordham University
IT Security Blog
You are at:
‘Do not open’: Scam Text Message Poses as Package Tracking Notification, Report Says
Other types of Social Engineering.
Jailbreaking and Rooting.
Apple Removes Popular “Adware Doctor” App for Stealing User Browsing History
Steps you can take to keep your mobile device safe.
Encrypt your mobile devices.
Strong passwords (or phrases) can keep you safe.
Backup all of your devices, and do it often!
Keep your mobile device safe!
Beware of This Apple iPhone Password Phishing Scam
Article: Random text? Wait, wait, don’t click that!
Don’t have a passcode on your phone? You really, really should?