Security & Safe Computing

Security & Safe Computing

Security & Safe Computing

Cybercriminals want to steal your personal information, and they are using increasingly sophisticated methods to try to trick you into releasing sensitive data.

That's why every member of Rowan University needs to learn how to identify and avoid online threats, like phishing, and know how to react if they believe their account has been compromised or their computer has been infected.
 

Report a Security Incident

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Email iso@rowan.edu to report a security incident, such as compromised passwords, hacking attempts, missing computer files, unexplained changes to system data/configurations and lost or stolen laptops, desktops or mobile devices.


Information Security Policies

Visit the University Policies website to review our Information Security policies.  

Encryption

We want to keep personal information away from cybercriminals. To help us do that, we require that all devices that store, process or maintain sensitive data are encrypted.

Two-Factor Authentication

Strong passwords are essential, but they aren't enough to protect your account. Make your Rowan Network account more secure with Duo two-factor authentication.

Phishing and Malware

Do you know how to identify a potential phishing scam? What should you do if you receive a suspicious email? Get the answers to these questions and more.

Anti-Virus Software

Anti-virus software helps keep your data safe. Students and employees may download a free copy of McAfee Endpoint Security for use on a personal computer.

Security Awareness

We need you to help us keep the Rowan Network secure. Learn how to protect sensitive information and spot potential cyber attacks, plus review other tips for staying safe online.