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Sensitive Information/File Cleanup Tips - Security Webinar

Do you know what information you have stored on your computer? What about old files? Do you know what's stored on your shared drive? On the flash drives in your office? In Cybox? Join Steven Netcott as he gives tips for locating old files, cleaning up files and cutting down on the total amount of information your storing.

Using Cybox to Store and Share Information

One of the storage options currently offered by ISU is CyBox. CyBox lets you store 100G of information and control who sees the information--just you, one or two others, your office. You can edit documents without ever storing them on your computer and you can restrict who else can download and change. You can also send sensitive information through CyBox instead of via attachments. In this session we'll take a look at CyBox storage, setting permissions and Box Edit features.

Don't Share Passwords

It's always been important not to share passwords, but as we store more and more university and county (and personal) business on line it becomes paramount.  There are many many ways to share information--file sharing in CyBox, your county shared drive, copying appropriate people on emails, but sharing your password should never be one of them.