Password Security

Passwords are not good enough in today’s cyber landscape. This is a truth we have to acknowledge, but given that we are stuck with them for some time, it’s important to explore secure ways to

The threat of email phishing is not going away any time soon, and as attacks become more advanced in the education environment, so should our defense against them. This is not just about sophistication, complexity

  Following the implementation of Multifactor Authentication (MFA), along with recent security trends regarding password policy, Connecticut College has made a few changes to the requirements for our users: Passwords now have a 12-character minimum

The Information Security Team at Connecticut College wishes to remind all of our users to be cautious in opening and responding to emails. Phishing, a practice involving email communication inducing individuals to reveal personal or

Imagine a remote smartphone takeover that can happen with neither party being connected to the internet. Blueborne, a Bluetooth vulnerability revealed by security firm Armis Labs, makes that possible. It is an attack vector that