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A campus-wide initiative to promote best practices, and help you protect yourself and others when using technologies such as the Internet or email. Information about training, resources and more is featured here. Please check back regularly for updates and announcements.
Please forward suspicious email messages to the BTS Help Desk at firstname.lastname@example.org
Safe Use and Data Security
Business Technology Services (BTS) wants to ensure that FGCU data and personal information are protected from both internal and external threats. While BTS does everything we can to protect our network and data, the best defense against a security or data breach is an informed and involved community. “Get Secure Begins With You!”
Don't Get Hooked!
The number one cause of compromised accounts at FGCU is faculty, staff, or students opening and/or replying to a phishing email that asks you to "update" or "validate" your ID and password or account number!
Protect Your Data
You are responsible for protecting your data and personal information! It is suggested that all work data be stored on Network storage; when transmitting data that is restricted via email or other electronic means, it must be encrypted.
Learn more about Restricted Data protection
Password Complexity is the Key
You are the only one with the keys to your house; the same should be true of your password. Keep it to yourself and make it strong! For more detailed information about passwords, click here.
Report Suspected Security Incidents
If you suspect an security incident has occurred, even if you had a part in its cause, report it immediately to the BTS Help Desk. Signs that may indicate a security incident include:
To enroll in the comprehensive online Get Secure! course (in Canvas) please contact the BTS Help Desk at 590-1188 or email@example.com. To view a schedule of upcoming BTS training classes, including our face to face Get Secure! classes, visit the BTS Training webpage.