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About Data Privacy Month


Data Privacy Month was created to empower and engage people to protect their privacy and manage their digital online presence and information.  Various groups and organizations have collaborated to produce informative materials to promote and instill awareness and education on the many ways and methods personal informatio is collected, stored, used and shared, and what precautions individuals can do to protect their privacy and their personal data. To learn more about Data Privacy Month, visit: www.dataprivacyday.org.

Want to Learn more about protectiong your data? 
Check out these presentations and webinars hosted by NDSU and EDUCAUSE!


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Alert!!!

 

LinkedIn Introduces Intro, allows them to read all your e-mail

LinkedIn the Online Social Networking site for business has recently introduced a new feature for the iPhone. Aside from integrating itself within the iPhone e-mail system, this new service claims to be a security feature by reading your email and then attaching a banner to your messages saying that the sender of your message is in your LinkedIn network.  There are many features like this that already exist, however, what is different in this instance is that your email goes through LinkedIn’s server first and not through an app on your phone.  LinkedIn has historically had problems with password control and have been implicated in a class action lawsuit with regard to e-mail hacking.

Please do not enable Intro on your phones, if you have please disable and change passwords for your NDSU credentials.

 

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jameslyne/2013/10/25/linkedin-intro-hack-here-for-juicy-data/

NDSU IT Security Updates

August 26, 2014

Smartphone Shared Memory Vulnerability Found.

A Vulnerability in the barrier between applications and operating systems has been found in Android, Windows Phone, and iOS devices.  This vulnerability could allow an attacker to track user activity over time on a mobile device through the use of specially crafted app that a user installs on their device.

http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=17284


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IT Help Desk Phone: +1 (701) 231-8685
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Last Updated: Tuesday, January 10, 2012