Announcements

  • Fri. 2/28 @ 9am

    The Brown Linux User Group hosts a Linux Installfest once a semester. This Saturday, March 1st, you can join them in the CIT Motorola Room - Room 165 at 115 Waterman St - from 10AM to 3PM.

  • Wed. 2/26 @ 3pm

    We've heard from a lot of students who don't realize it's possible to print to PAWPrints from their own computers. We've recorded Mac and PC videos of the setup. Remember that you need to be connected to Brown-Secure wireless or with an ethernet cable on campus in order to print.  Follow along with the text instructions here.

  • Mon. 2/24 @ 4pm

    On Monday March 3rd the old voicemail system will be completely decommissioned. All old messages left on the system will be lostforever. If you need final access to the old system prior to March 3rd please contract the Telecommunications office at 863-2007 for instructions.

  • Tue. 1/28 @ 2pm

    Due to a change in the Google login page for Brown, we've received a lot of questions about being prompted to resolve a "conflict account" after logging in. This is normal, and simply means you once accessed a Google product with your Brown email address before we started using Google at Brown.  

  • Mon. 1/27 @ 4pm

    Privacy is important year-round, but January 28 - February 28 is a time specifically set aside to highlight the issue of privacy. ISG recommends three ways to get involved:

  • Fri. 1/24 @ 10am

    The 24-hour hackathon Hack@Brown starts at 4:30pm today (January 24th) with about 300 student participants. For more information, see the press release or the event's website.

  • Thu. 1/23 @ 11am

    Brown is participating in National Data Privacy Month from January 28th-February 28th, 2014. While not as an intensive campaign as we do each October for Cyber Security Month, there are still opportunities to hear from experts, learn how to protect your individual privacy online, and view an intriguing documentary. More on that later.

  • Wed. 1/22 @ 5pm

    Think you may have been part of a security breach affecting Target or other retailers? ISG recommends that, whether or not you might have been a victim, there are a few things you can do to protect your identity as well as financial reputation.

  • Tue. 1/21 @ 3pm

    Overview

    Home networks were relatively simple several years ago, perhaps nothing more than a wireless access point and a computer or two used to surf the Internet or play games online. However, home networks have become increasingly complex. Not only are we connecting more devices to our home networks, but we are doing more things with them. In this edition we will cover some basic steps to creating a more secure home network.

  • Tue. 1/21 @ 3pm

    Keep up with alerts and tips from the Information Security Group by following us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ISGatBrown and https://twitter.com/CISOatBrownU. Here's a sample of a recent tweet so you can see what you're missing:

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