Students working at desktops

Get Protected

Digital Trust and Information Security

Two students working together in front of a computer

Mission Statement

Arizona State University’s Information Security Office is committed to preserving the availability, confidentiality, and integrity of its information while preserving and nurturing the open information-sharing requirements of its academic culture.

News

Apple Security Updates

For the latest information about Apple security updates, see this Apple support article: Apple Security Updates
Downtown city street in wireframe formatting

Apple Support Scam

In a world of always-on technology, it’s difficult to determine whether the communication you’re receiving is malicious. Scammers have often used used the always-on method to their advantage by…
Two people climbing a mountain

Shape the future of data privacy, cybersecurity and learner empowerment at ASU’s Digital Trust Summit

As part of Arizona State University’s commitment to developing the concept of digital trust as it pertains to higher education, the university has announced the Digital Trust Summit, taking place…
Padlock icon in front of monitor

Are Passwords a Thing of the Past?

There are plenty of reasons to hate passwords. A recent Ponemon Institute study provides some insights into why many people have developed what has become known as password fatigue: Respondents…

Policy & Guidelines