Our office is continually searching for the best ways we can serve you and help you secure your work and WashU’s resources. We regularly update our information security website (https://informationsecurity.wustl.edu) with the latest information and resources to help you navigate the increasingly complicated digital landscape.
In addition to the great original content we post on our site, we are always looking for ways to improve the site by making our resources easier for you to find. This month, we made a couple of important updates to the global website menu and our “Alerts” section. Please read on to learn more about these improvements.
Previously, our newsletter articles were posted to a webpage named “Blog.” Now this page is named “News,” and its URL is https://informationsecurity.wustl.edu/news. To ease the transition, we created a redirect that sends visitors to the “News” page if they use the old URL. All our articles have the same URL as before. In addition, we moved the “Events” and “Cybersecurity Awareness Month” submenus under “News.”
The Alerts page was simplified to show only alert posts and some buttons that filter the posts. Each button leads to a list of posts filtered by either “phishing” or the more general “security alert.” Returning to the Alerts page will remove the filter.
If you have ideas for how we can better serve you by improving our website, please email David Puzder at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for all that you do to help keep WashU secure!