Cybersecurity is a top priority for Augusta University and the University System of Georgia, and mandatory cybersecurity training has been implemented twice a year.
At this time, all those with an Augusta University email address should have access to their archived emails.
Beginning Dec. 1, the "Call Me" feature within Duo will no longer be available.
Cybercriminals have become smarter and more dangerous. We, in turn, must become smarter and more vigilant.
On Oct. 1, Augusta University will decommission Mimecast, a cloud cybersecurity service for archiving AU emails, and will begin using Microsoft Exchange Online Archiving Services. The Microsoft service offers users archiving capabilities with the...
In an effort to reduce the amount of traffic in the lobby and be respectful of your time, a new, easy-to-use system is being implemented and faculty, staff and students are encouraged to take advantage.
According to the University of System of Georgia, there has been a 700 percent increase in COVID related spear-phishing emails.
To meet the growing needs of Augusta University’s faculty, staff and students, the Division of Information Technology has created an additional support resource.
Multifactor authentication is important because your password can now be hacked fairly easily, but it is much more difficult for someone to access your mobile device.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The Division of Information Technology is here to share ways to keep both AU and you cyber safe.
Many of us remain in awe of IT professionals and their magical powers to “fix the Internet” or retrieve lost emails. We live in the most digital and computerized age ever and we have IT professionals to thank for that.
The JagCard Office is moving to a new location.