You should, for the same reason you shouldn't open up emails from unknown addresses or suspicious addresses. They could spread viruses across campus faster than the common cold.
You shouldn't. And you shouldn't share details about your personal life with strangers on social media or anywhere online.
Never! So don't share your passwords either. Protect yourself by changing your passwords regularly, and by keeping them to yourself.
Of course not! So don't get burned by opening attachments from unknown senders or clicking on links in suspicious emails. That puts you, and the rest of the University, at risk for cyber attacks.
You should. And you should lock your computer whenever you leave it as well. Keep your data, and the University, safe.
No. So don't leave your phone, tablet or laptop out either. It only takes a second for someone to walk away with it. And if you don't have it password-protected, they can take all your contacts and personal data too.
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