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Changes coming to Duo Two-factor authentication prompt on Tuesday, Oct. 25

Duo new universal prompt

Duo is the authentication interface that asks you to verify your identity each time you log in to certain Lehigh resources or services, dramatically lowering the risk of unauthorized access to Lehi

LTS Information Security notice: Job scam emails

Scam alert road signs

The Lehigh University Information Security Team wants you to be aware of possible job scams this summer. There are several warning signs that indicate an email message is likely a job scam.

LTS Information Security notice: Job scam emails

scam alert written on piece of paper

The Lehigh University Information Security Team has been investigating several incidents involving job scam emails targeting Lehigh students.

Securing Zoom Meetings: Take action now to prevent disruptions to Zoom classes, meetings, and events

Best practices for securing Zoom meetings

As universities and other institutions worldwide increase the use of videoconferencing and online communication tools for remote teaching, learning, and work, new cybersecurity threats have emerged

Two-factor authentication coming to Lehigh

Two-factor authentication with Duo

In recent years there has been a significant increase in the number of security breaches and hacks that have resulted in the exposure or loss of data at all types of businesses and institutions.

Eric Zematis named Lehigh's new chief information security officer

Photo of Eric Zematis

Eric Zematis, the chief information security officer (CISO) at Charter Oak State College in New Britain, Connecticut, has been named CISO at Lehigh University, effective Dec. 17.

Experts talk cybersecurity at LVAIC panel discussion; education key to fighting cyber threats

If a stranger walked up to you and asked for your first name, would you give it to them? Probably. How about first name, last name, and your date of birth? Maybe.

ALERT: Scam callers impersonating Chinese Consulate

photo of road signs imprinted with word scam

Over the past few weeks, Library and Technology Services (LTS) has been working with Lehigh’s telecommunications carrier to block calls from people claiming to be from the Chinese Consulate.

LVAIC Cyber Security Awareness Month video & poster contest

LVAIC Cyber Security Awareness Month video & poster contest flyer

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Lehigh transitioning to secure static websites (HTTPS-only)

website security

On April 30, 2018, LTS will be changing the www.lehigh.edu domain so that web pages will always be delivered via a

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