Santa Clara University

Information Security Office

Information Security Guides

  • iconHow-To Guides

    How-To Guides on various topics so you can better protect your information. 
  • iconSecurity Awareness Newsletter

    Looking for more ways to protect your computer and information? If so, please click here for the newsletter, OUCH!, the world's leading, free security awareness newsletter designed for the common computer user.

  • iconIncident Response FAQ

     Head over to the Incident Response FAQ for some answers to frequently asked questions to incident responses, spam emails, phishing, stolen laptops, and other common issues. 

  • icon  A Phishing Guide: Don't Get Fooled by Emails

    Don't know what phishing emails look like? Well, you've come to the right place. Here you will find examples of phishing emails and how to spot them.

  • iconPhishing

    Being aware of what Phishing is can prevent your computer and accounts from being compromised.

  • iconPasswords

    Passwords are the first line of defense in protecting your privacy - change yours early and often!

  • iconIdentity Theft

    Tips for avoiding Identity Theft and what to do if you become a victim.

  • iconDon't End Up In Quarantine

    You can avoid quarantine by keeping your work intact and your identity safe!

  • iconTop 7 Essential Log Reports

     A list of the top seven log reports that you should have.

  • iconTraveling Technology Guidelines

    The risk of electronic devices being compromised increases when traveling internationally. Learn how you can reduce the risk with these precautions and tips. 
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