Cybersecurity Awareness Month
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! We appreciate all who participated in our events this month. Check out the session recordings below for an event you might’ve missed – we hope you continue to engage and increase your cybersecurity awareness.
Thanks to the event organizers and panelists from across campus:
Friday, October 1st, 1 - 5 pm
Bio-Cybersecurity 2021 Symposium
Presented by: Vice President for Research
Bringing together experts from multiple sectors to discuss the current vulnerabilities and opportunities for collaborative solutions in the emerging field of cyberbiosecurity.
Monday, October 4th, 11 am - 12 pm
Lunch and Learn: 2 Factors are Better than One - Why CSU moved to DUO
Presented by: Kelly Poto, Division of IT
Bring your lunch and learn about CSU's DUO Two Factor Authentication implementation for all students, faculty and staff to access many CSU services as of October 4th.
Wednesday, October 6th, 10 - 11 am
Data Security Basics: How to Safeguard Your Data
Presented by: Stephen Oglesby, Sarah Robinson, Division of IT
Join us for an overview of data security best practices, including where and how to back up and archive your data, how to manage your passwords, and what you can do to keep your devices secure.
Thursday, October 14th, 7 - 8 pm
Phishing: Don't Take the Social Engineering Bait!
Presented by: Hashdump Cybersecurity Club
Join Hashdump as we talk about different forms of social engineering, see examples of phishing, and learn what e-mails to avoid by creating our own phishing e-mails!
Location: Computer Science Building, room 130
Tuesday, October 19th, 1 - 2 pm
The Women who Secure CSU: Discussion Panel
Presented by: Division of IT
Across campus, women work in a variety of roles to secure our data and services, However, not all of them have security in their title. Join us for a panel discussion to learn about the backgrounds of five of these women and how cybersecurity affects their role.
Wednesday, October 27th, 12 - 1 pm
Lunch and Learn: Advanced Data Security for Research: Data Classifications and Controls
Presented by: Mara Sedlins, Libraries; Stephen Oglesby, Sarah Robinson, Division of IT
Different types of data require different types of protection, and in this Lunch & Learn workshop we’ll cover the dos and don'ts of data security based on data classification, including what to do with Personally Identifiable Information, Federal Contract Information, technical data and large data sets.
Wednesday, October 27th - Thursday, October 28th, 24 hours beginning 10/27, 5 pm
Capture the Flag: Ram Security Dash
Presented by: Cybersecurity Internship and Hashdump Cybersecurity Club
The Cybersecurity Internship and Hashdump Student Cybersecurity Club are hosting the first ever Ram Security Dash. A 24-hour event that allows everyone to get hands-on experience with common cybersecurity vulnerabilities and understand the methods used to exploit them.