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Safer Social Networking
In less than a decade, social networking has become one of the most common Internet activities across the world–something many of us can no longer imagine living without. To read more about this, please see the news article.
Protecting Your Portable Devices
The feature that makes portable computing and data storage devices so attractive is also their critical weakness, because it makes them so vulnerable to accidental damage, loss, or theft. This article is full of helpful hints for safeguarding them.
Protecting Your Identity
Modern life offers the convenience of not having to be physically present to interact with others. Read more about how to protect your identity.
Safe Travel Includes Safe Computing
June is the beginning of the summer travel season. Like the rest of our lives, travel has become more digital by the day. Read more information in our news article.
The Center for Information Technology Services (CITS) is the central information technology organization for UMB. Our mission and focus in CITS is to treat UMB students, faculty, staff, colleagues and co-workers as treasured customers. Excellence in service to the UMB community is our challenge and responsibility.
August 31, 2015 | Of the million-plus emails sent every day to the UMB campus, only 12% pass the network spam and malware filters.
August 13, 2015 | The vast majority of computer security compromises begin with someone clicking a link on a web page and thereby collecting a virus...
August 5, 2015 | In less than a decade, social networking has become one of the most common Internet activities across the world...