Secure Your UOW Data
Understand your obligations and find out where you should be saving your work and data.
You are a target for cyber criminals
Your computer, your mobile devices, your accounts and your personal information all have tremendous value.
Defend against cybercrime
This information is to help you
By taking these four simple steps, you can help protect yourself and your devices.
Whilst these steps will help keep you safe, if you think you've been hacked learn what you should do.
If you need any further advice or assistance please contact the IMTS Security Team
- Email: email@example.com
PHISHING EMAILS – CLICKING LINKS
The University regularly receives Phishing emails requesting password updates or password information. Clicking through to these links can pose significant risks to yourself and the University. IMTS will never ask for passwords or password information via email. If you receive an unusual email requesting you to click on a link it is likely to be a malicious phishing attempt (where the hacker is attempting to trick you into providing personal information). Do not respond to such requests. You should delete the email.