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Wednesday, February 20 2019

All Day
Lockheed Martin - On-Campus Recruiting
Bausch and Lomb Center Career Services Office

12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Essential Oils
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5:00 PM to 6:00 PM

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Information Security News

RIT Information Security Alert: Malicious attempts to access myInfo/eBiz accounts. Sign up for MFA now!
RIT is seeing a recent increase in phishing attempts to gain access to myInfo/eBiz. Since last week, many attempts to gain access to myInfo/eBiz have been made. RIT employees (including student employees) who have not yet signed up for Multi-factor Authentication at RIT (MFA) are at risk, because…

RIT Information Security Alert: Important Security Notification Phishing Attempt
We’ve received a spear phishing attempt (a phish targeted at a specific population) claiming that there is a security emergency on campus. The email asks the reader to access a linked REPORT and follow protocol. If you encounter this phish, please just delete it. Here’s the text from the…

RIT Information Security Advisory--Ransomware on Campus
RIT Information Security Advisory—Ransomware on Campus Last month, an RIT computer in one of the colleges was compromised by ransomware, leading to attempted encryption of files both on the computer and on network shares to which the computer was connected. Thanks to the diligence of support…

Important Message from Faculty/Staff Phishing Email
A little over a week ago, RIT users were targeted in a phishing attack that masqueraded as important messages. The links provided in the email messages resembled our myinfo page.

Here’s one of the variants below. You’ll note that although the end of the link is, the…

Cyberattack on RIT Continues
The cyberattack on RIT and our users (you) by cybercriminals continues. The attack vectors and file names and types are changing rapidly. We’ll provide more information below on what we know so far, but we need you to do the following: If you receive an email with an unexpected attachment or…

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