You can now stay logged into MFA for 7 days! And, starting October 27, the NYU Multi-Factor Authentication (Duo) prompt will be updated to the latest design from Duo. It’s more secure and accessible, with easier device management.
Check out the new Safe Computing site, full of tips and tools to help to protect your personal information and safeguard the University's network and data.
Hear from NYU CIO Don Welch and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Rich Sparrow on why universities are a popular target for cyberattacks and the types of info that can be put at risk.
NYU CIO Donald Welch speaks about phishing—what it is, the threat it poses to NYU, and what the NYU community can do to protect each other from it and other forms of cyberattack.
Cybersecurity Tips and Resources
Ransomware can lock the entire University out of resources, including grades, financial data, and research. Learn more about it and how to help secure NYU.
Malwarebytes is available to NYU students, faculty, and staff to install on personally-owned computers. Help protect the University, your classmates, and your colleagues from cyberattacks.
Many cyberattacks don't require complicated tech tools. They rely on time-tested methods of manipulation. Find out more about social engineering and how to avoid being scammed.
The upcoming macOS Ventura update is in the process of being tested for compatibility with NYU IT services such as VPN. When Ventura is available, we recommend that you don't install it until it's announced that any necessary IT service updates are complete.
Read news from the NYU Global Office of Information Security about cybersecurity issues impacting the NYU community. Take a look at recent announcements, and subscribe to get an alert when there's a new article.