December 12, 2019

cybersecurity

  1. January 16, 2019

    Duo two-factor authentication to be required Jan. 23

    U-M will turn on Duo two-factor authentication on Jan. 23 for faculty, staff, student employees and sponsored affiliates who have not yet enrolled in the IT security process.

  2. October 26, 2018

    Information security policy revised and approved

    The revised U-M Information Security Policy was recently approved, along with a number of new Information Technology Standards, and will be phased in over the next two years.

  3. October 3, 2018

    Improved login security to help protect institutional, personal data

    U-M is taking steps to improve the security of institutional data and systems, and even personal data, by expanding the use of Duo two-factor authentication.

  4. May 30, 2018

    Mingyan Liu named 2018 Distinguished University Innovator

    Mingyan Liu, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, is the recipient of U-M’s 2018 Distinguished University Innovator Award for her work on enhancing cybersecurity.

  5. January 29, 2018

    Internet-scanning startup offers new cybersecurity approach

    Rolling out what it’s calling a “street view for cyberspace,” Censys — a startup based on technology developed at U-M — has launched a commercially available version of its internetwide scanning tool.

  6. February 8, 2017

    Forged emails spread hateful messages to Engineering community

    The U-M Police Department and FBI are investigating forged emails carrying messages of hate that were sent to several College of Engineering email groups Tuesday night from an anonymous email server.

  7. October 18, 2016

    U-M’s chief information security officer talks about cybersecurity

    Don Welch, U-M’s chief information security officer, talks about raising the bar on protecting the institution’s data and information systems, and why it’s more critical now than ever.