Protect your computer

By Staff

Protect Me
Your computer has become a critical part of your daily life. You use your computer at home for a variety of activities, such as online shopping, managing your finances, movies, emails, or perhaps even managing your family photos. In addition, you most likely use a computer at work, regardless of what your job is. Because computers have become such an important part of your daily life, it has also become a primary target for criminals.

Please read the October 2013 Office of Information Security Cyber Security newsletter ( to understand how to protect your computer and your information.

The IT Security Program APS on the following link provides more information about the responsibilities of users as it relates to using IT Resources and protecting data: