You’re probably familiar with the term “phishing” by now, but do you know how to identify the sender, company and content of your emails before you engage with the content? Do you know how to report a phishing incident?
In this edition, there’s important information about Northeastern’s Blackboard retirement, resources for protecting your data, responding to unwelcome participants in Zoom or Teams meetings, and completing your Daily Wellness Check.
In this edition, there’s a new mobile app for completing the Daily Wellness Check and accessing key wellness-related resources.
With virtual meetings comes the risk of uninvited participants causing disruptions. Fortunately, there are guides for how to screen participant access, remove participants, and quickly take control of your audio and visual tools in both Zoom and Microsoft Teams meetings.
Seeking safe ways to connect? Communities at Northeastern is a unique social networking destination offering a place to engage and interact with members of the university community, from anywhere, at any time.
A new mobile app now makes it even more convenient to complete daily wellness checks and other wellness-related activities that have become a routine part of learning and working across Northeastern’s global campuses.
Northeastern’s Blackboard learning management system will retire on June 30, 2021. Until that date, users can still log in at northeastern.blackboard.com to view and download content and data from past courses.
Whether you’re full remote or full commute, here are some reminders for securing your data at home or on the move.
Online privacy is a hot topic, and David Choffnes, a professor at the Khoury College of Computer Sciences, has some no-nonsense advice for those seeking to control the amount of personal data available about them.
Find updates about the dynamic scheduler, including the ability to indicate preferences by individual class session, Adobe Creative Cloud licenses, laptops for loan, and more.