Archive for the ‘Public Service Announcement’ Category


It’s an All New OUCH! Newsletter, See What April is All About

April 3rd, 2019

Folks, We are excited to announce April’s edition of the OUCH! newsletter – Making Passwords Simple. Strong passwords are the number one step to protecting your online life, but far too often passwords can be confusing or overwhelming. Learn three, simple steps that will lock down your online life helping protect your finances, reputation and […]


OUCH! March Edition – “Disposing of Your Mobile Device”

OUCH! March Edition – “Disposing of Your Mobile Device”

March 6th, 2019

Folks, We are excited to announce March’s OUCH! newsletter – “Disposing of Your Mobile Device“. Led by Guest Editor and mobile device expert Chris Crowley, we cover how to securely wipe your mobile device before getting rid of it. You have a tremendous amount of highly sensitive and personal information on your mobile devices. Who […]


OUCH! September Edition – BEC/CEO Fraud

OUCH! September Edition – BEC/CEO Fraud

February 6th, 2019

  Folks, We are excited to announce February’s edition of the OUCH! newsletter – “Personalized Scams”. This is a really important one as cyber criminals have changed tactics. Led by Guest Editor and SANS Instructor Lenny Zeltser, we show you how bad guys are now personalizing even the most common scams. Cyber criminals can easily […]


It’s an All New OUCH! Newsletter, See What January is All About

January 9th, 2019

Folks, We are excited to announce January’s edition of the OUCH! newsletter – “Search Yourself Online”. We decided to kick 2019 off with a bang and try something different. Led by Guest Editor and cyber intelligence expert Nico Dekens, we walk you through how to search yourself online. Ever wonder just how much information is publicly […]


Security & Donuts – Register Today!

October 9th, 2018

The University Security Office is providing a Security and Donuts Information Session at all 3 campuses in October.  You will learn the best ways to keep your information, your identity, and your computer safe from hackers and identity thieves.  Join us for a short and interactive information session, you won’t want to miss!  Coffee and […]


OUCH! September Edition – BEC/CEO Fraud

OUCH! September Edition – BEC/CEO Fraud

September 11th, 2018

Folks, We are excited to announce September’s edition of the OUCH! newsletter – BEC / CEO Fraud. Led by Guest Editor and FBI Special Agent Don Cavender, we explain what these types of targeted email attacks are, what makes them so dangerous and most importantly how to spot and stop them. Not only are cyber […]


Latest SCAM – Part time Personal assistant Needed to work from home.Pay is $500 bi weekly.

August 30th, 2018

Students, Faculty and Staff should be wary of an email that purportedly comes from a Loyola student looking for someone to be her uncle’s part time “personal assistant” for $500.00 a week. Although there is nothing malicious in the email, if you reply to the email address in the body of the email, they will […]


Mandatory HIPAA Training for Staff

August 10th, 2018

Reminder:  Mandatory HIPAA Training for all full-time Staff is currently in progress and must be completed by 8/31.  Check your email, which was sent last week,  for your assigned tool (SANS or CITI) and instructions on how to complete.


Mandatory HIPAA Training for Staff

August 10th, 2018

The University has implemented required HIPAA training as part of our efforts to remain in compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). The annual HIPAA compliance efforts are designed to ensure that we protect the PHI of all individuals and to prevent that information from being used in any manner detrimental to […]


OUCH! July Edition – Phone Call Attacks & Scams

OUCH! July Edition – Phone Call Attacks & Scams

July 5th, 2018

Folks, We are excited to announce July’s edition of the OUCH! newsletter – Phone Call Scams and Attacks. Led by Guest Editor and Social Engineering expert Jen Fox, we explain how phone call scams work, the easiest ways to detect them and how to respond if you do get attacked. In addition, we are adding […]