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How to Disable Cross-Site Tracking On Your Internet Browser Fast and easy steps to stop third-party sites from tracking your activity for advertising.

December 1, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Ever notice when you visit a website and then minutes later you are receiving advertisements for that site on your social media? This is due to something called Cross-Site Tracking, which is where third-party sites track your browser activity and data for advertising purposes. While some may find this service convenient, especially around the holidays,

Zoom Cloud Recording Retention Policy All Zoom Cloud recordings will expire 120 days after recording

November 19, 2020 by | Uncategorized

In January, the University will implement a new Zoom Cloud Recording Retention Policy, which is that all Zoom Cloud recordings will expire 120 days after recording, meaning that they will be moved to your Trash folder on the Zoom Cloud.  Your Zoom recordings will be automatically copied into Microsoft OneDrive as well as to your Panopto My Folder > Meeting Recordings folder. Any recordings posted to Canvas after the fall 2020 semester should contain links that point to Panopto or OneDrive as described

Cortana’s Daily Briefing Email Tools from Microsoft to help organize your business day.

October 23, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Starting in late August, 2020, Microsoft introduced a new tool called the Cortana Daily Briefing Email. This Daily Briefing “is a personalized email that Office constructs for you, based upon what Microsoft 365 (or Office) knows about you and your day. It’s an improved, email-based version of what Windows 10’s Cortana function used to do, providing

International Cybersecurity Awareness Month – 2020 Keeping your online accounts and devices safe at home and at work.

October 12, 2020 by | Uncategorized

With the growing demand for online convenience, the need for strong account and network security is very important. Since March, many people have had to move away from their secured network environments at work to their home offices. And you better believe that cyber criminals have been taking advantage of the situation. That is why

IS&T System Status and Announcements Page Up-to-date information on University wide systems outages and service interruptions.

October 7, 2020 by | Uncategorized

IS&T would like to introduce our new System Status page. This new tool will provide all campus users with up-to-date information regarding upcoming maintenance announcements, service interruptions, and system outages. We recommend that you visit and bookmark this page for quick and easy access. This is important to refer to in the event of any

Two Factor Authentication Now Mandatory For ALL Faulty and Staff Getting registered is fast and easy!

October 5, 2020 by | Uncategorized

What is 2FA? Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) adds an extra layer of defense against cyber criminals by requiring users to provide additional ID verification when attempting to access Chapman University systems from off-campus only. So even if your Chapman University account login information is stolen, the hackers will be unable to access your email and other

Microsoft 365 Experiences Mass Service Outage Mass outage also impacts Chapman University user access to other key services.

September 29, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Around 2:37 P.M. (PDT), Microsoft 365 experienced a massive service outage that impacted users across the nation.  Microsoft stated that the outage affected the following services: Outlook.com, Office.com, Power Platform, Dynamics365, and Microsoft Teams. Chapman University users also experience further access issues with Canvas, Zoom, and G Suite, as the outage impacted our ability to

Outlook QUARANTINE Phishing Scam Cyber attackers depoly new Email Quarantine Alert tactic to lure victims.

September 10, 2020 by | Uncategorized

Our Department of Information Security would like to make you aware of an emerging phishing scam targeting institution’s Outlook quarantine policy. Cyber attackers are using legitimate email quarantine messages to lure users into unknowingly giving up their username and password. Here is how the phishing scam works: The attackers impersonates technical support sending fake email

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