Security & Antivirus
Available To: Faculty, Staff, Students
As a member of the Northern Arizona University community, you play an important
role in managing resources and maintaining the security and privacy of information for the university and yourself. NAU ITS has products, services, and learning resources to help keep your computer and your information secure.
NAU is now participating in the InCommon Certificate Service, which will entitle campus staff to unlimited SSL, personal signing, encryption, and code signing PKI certificates.
Information Technology Services uses a virus filter on email to stop virus attacks to prevent network problems.
Training & Documentation
How-to news article describing email phishing and how to effectively report it to ITS.
A brief introduction and link to the information security essentials training course.
The NAU Information Security Policy outlines the goals and purpose of the university's information security program.
How not to lose your laptop.
You should always lock a computer you are logged into before walking away from it. Learn how to lock a Windows computer and how to configure and lock a Mac.
How to log off Windows and Apple computers.
Tips to protect yourself from online scams.
An explanation of NAU's current password policy.
Instructions on how to report a phishing scam email to Google.