Working from home during the current COVID-19 pandemic is creating additional cyber security risks that all staff need to be aware of as we come to terms with working in new and different ways, getting to grips with new tools, applications and ways of teaching, learning and collaborating.
The University has seen a growth in cyber security threats via email. Staff need to be vigilant and aware of these threats, many of which are using COVID-19 as a way to attract attention and get you to divulge your log on credentials, i.e. user name and password.
Please follow the following guidance to keep yourself safe online:
If you have already clicked – do not panic. You can take several practical steps:
Remember; Computing Services will never email you asking for your password.
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