Safe Computing

Computing and Technology Services (CTS) promotes a safe computing environment for Duquesne University students, faculty and staff. All members of the campus computing are responsible for protecting the privacy of their data and personal information.

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Phishing Emails

Learn about the difference between spam and phishing emails, how to handle each type and view recent phishing emails sent to the campus community.

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Regulatory Compliance

The Information Security team coordinates compliance with state, federal, and international laws and regulations dealing with the security of Duquesne University's information resources.

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Security Tools

CTS uses several tools to promote a secure computing environment for University students and employees, such as antivirus software and Office 365 Safe Links.

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Training and Awareness

Learn about recent cybersecurity trends and tips for keeping your personally identifiable information (PII) secure. CTS also offers cybersecurity awareness traning for University employees.