News & Alerts
From Feb. 10-13, the Duke Health Information Security Office (ISO) conducted an authorized simulated phishing campaign for all Duke Health users.
Congratulations to the winners of the "Cyberstrength" contest, part of the IT Security Office’s National Cybersecurity Awareness Month activities in October.
Throughout October, Duke’s IT Security Office will share tips and resources to help staff, faculty and students protect their digital security.
In response to an attack targeting Duke faculty and students, the IT Security Office is urging users who had accounts with the online textbook rental service Chegg to change their password at any sites where that password may have been used.
The IT Security Office has seen a recent increase in reports of email scams where attackers impersonate Duke faculty and staff, asking other employees to purchase gift cards or make wire transfers.
The IT Security Office will be sending the following email around to users whose NetID passwords have not been updated in the last 3 years and have not registered to use multi-factor authentication (NetID plus a second form of electronic identification).