Dear Chapman University Community, We would like to inform you that the Information Systems and Technology Team (IS&T) has disabled access to Remote Desktop Gateway (RDG) on November 13, 2023. This decision was made as part of our ongoing efforts to enhance information security and allocate resources more efficiently. Remote access is not going away,
IS&T is replacing our current Pulse VPN solution with F5 ‘BIG-IP’ Secured VPN. With F5 VPN, users will experience faster and more reliable connectivity. Also, F5 VPN will enhance security by requiring Chapman’s Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) when using VPN to access your remote desktop, Panther Analytics, or network shared drives (R Drive, J Drive, etc.).
Last week, IS&T announced that there was a chance that our Pulse VPN services would need to have one final software security patch update applied in order to secure our VPN services from the latest cyber attack on Pulse VPN clients. As of late May 3rd, IS&T is happy to announce that all Chapman Pulse VPN
Last week, IS&T made an announcement regarding the a recent cyber-attack on Pulse VPN. Many of the victims of this attach range from Financial Institutions, Higher Education, Government Agencies, and even Defense Contractors. Fortunately, Chapman University has not been affected by the recent attack and IS&T has already implemented the recommended mitigations. However, we are
On Tuesday, April 20th, several news and security organizations announced the existence of an ongoing attack against Pulse Secure VPN appliances around the world. Previously undisclosed vulnerabilities were identified as being used to compromise credentials and access company networks. IS&T has already completed a precursory review and found no evidence of infiltration of our VPN