October events include opportunities to hear from an expert panel discussing building peace in modern conflictsLink opens in a new window on 3 October; considering climate finance and sustainable energy transitionsLink opens in a new window on 10 October; and finding out more about improving the sustainability and efficiency of laboratoriesLink opens in a new window on 11 October.
A new phishing campaign is targeting Warwick email accounts - please immediately contact the IDG Helpdesk if you have been affected.
See the many ways that you can create, access, organise and share information using the digital tools OneDrive for Business, SharePoint and Teams and read key guidance.
Read an update on essential security topics, plus key information to help us work safely across our devices.
Colleagues using Windows devices not enrolled in the Device Security Service or that do not meet the minimum security specification will be blocked from access to Office 365 installed on their computers. Find out more.
From 18 January, we will begin phasing in the USB data storage device block across all managed devices. We will start with Windows managed devices and communicate plans for other platforms early in 2021.
SIM training is important - it strengthens our understanding and supports good, safe working practices across the University. It is necessary for the University to meet its regulatory and legal obligations - and it's mandatory. If you still have some courses outstanding, please make sure you do them before the year-end.
Thank you to everyone who has completed their Security and Information Management training modules. For those with modules still outstanding, please finish before the Christmas break.
Follow these top tips to stay safe online during the festive period and be vigilant when shopping and sharing online.