Computing and Technology Services (CTS) promotes a safe computing environment for Duquesne University students, faculty and staff. All members of the campus computing are responsible for protecting the privacy of their data and personal information.
Learn about the difference between spam and phishing emails, how to handle each type and view recent phishing emails sent to the campus community.
The Information Security team coordinates compliance with state, federal, and international laws and regulations dealing with the security of Duquesne University's information resources.
CTS uses several tools to promote a secure computing environment for University students and employees, such as antivirus software and Office 365 Safe Links.
Training and Awareness
Learn about recent cybersecurity trends and tips for keeping your personally identifiable information (PII) secure. CTS also offers cybersecurity awareness traning for University employees.