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1 Security Round-Robin Harvard TownsendJosh McCune Chief Information Security OfficerNetwork Security Analyst Anthony PhillipsNeil Sindicich Computer Security AnalystCybersecurity Analyst

2 Reality Check Security incidents are alive and well at K-State Incidents per day, :  0.56, 1.55, 2.38,

3 Reality Check Security incidents are alive and well at K-State Incidents per day, :  0.56, 0.92, 0.62, 1.07 But the reality is phishing scams are a significant burden 3

4 Reality Check Spear phishing scams continue to plague us 4

5 Reality Check Is some good news, though: 5 Dramatic reduction in compromised eIDs in September 2010

6 Demographics of Scam Replies in 2010 (estimate) 250 Students (86% of total eIDs that replied to scams)  71 Newly admitted, have not attended yet  44 Freshmen  29 Sophomore  29 Junior  33 Senior  30 Graduate (13 Master’s, 15 PhD, 2 Post-Doc)  0 Vet Med  8 Alumni  6 non-degree  1 high school (?!) 27 Staff (23 current, 4 retired) 10 Faculty (6 current, 0 adjunct, 4 emeritus/retired) 0 Senior administrators 0 Other (like a sorority house mom) 6 Repeat offenders (1 retired faculty locked FOUR TIMES in last two years!) 6 } They should know better!

7 Demographics of Scam Replies in 2009 Gender 2009 Female: 258 (60%) Male: 173 (40%) Gender 2010 (projected) Female: 163 (56%) Male: 127 (44%) 7

8 Why so few in Sept.? Education efforts finally paying off? Hackers took a vacation in September?  Not the case since had 41 phishing scams that month, which is above the monthly average of 34 Improved detection/prevention by our service provider, Merit IronPort service enabled on our in September  More phishing scams identified as spam and put in Junk folders so people don’t see them We now block access to malicious web links in phishing scams 8

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10 Why so few in Sept.? Another example of why user awareness and training is so important – technology can’t prevent every phishing scam from being delivered to your inbox or every Worth repeating – no IT support person or legitimate business will ever ask for your password in an ! Don’t share your eID password! PLEASE! 10

11 Reality Check Laptop thefts – weekly occurrence on campus this fall, daily in the community, also while traveling; HUGE problem Copyright infringement 11 One week in Sept. when Peer-to-Peer filter not functioning

12 SSNs Are Scary! Where might you find SSNs in your offices, labs, and computers? Participate in Shred Day on October 19!!  Go through old “piles and files”  Remember record retention requirements  Bring paper to trucks by Union, Dole Hall  Call iTAC if need plastic bags  Document Resources will shred/recycle Salina campus Shred Day on Nov. 2 12

13 What’s on your mind? 13


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