Search Information Security site

 

  • Zoom Vulnerability

    [Update 7/9 @ 6:30pm] A third-party researcher has uncovered a security vulnerability in the Zoom client for the Apple Macintosh. This vulnerability affects access to the webcam on Macs with Zoom installed, and could allow a malicious person to control the user’s camera. An earlier issue, involving a DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack has already been patched...

    Read More...

  • Tip of the Month

    While wide-net phishing tactics are very common, they are not the only way attackers steal information.  Sometimes, attacks are conducted on specific people within an organization...

    Read More...

  • SCAM: Gift Card Phish

    The scam appears to come from someone in a leadership role at the University, and asks the employee for help with purchasing various gift cards (e.g., Amazon, iTunes).

    Read More...

  • Security Training

    All UVA faculty, staff, and other employees must complete the Information Security Awareness Training (ISAT) annually, as part of the revised IRM-002 – Acceptable Use of the University’s Information Technology Resources policy...

    Read More...

Homepage - DO NOT DELETE

Report an Information
Security Incident

Please report any level of incident, no matter how small. The Information
Security Office will evaluate the report and provide a full investigation.

Complete Report Form