GW Information Technology (GW IT) is committed to providing our GW community the best experience possible when connecting to t
GW Information Technology has received several reports of a new phishing scam targeting international students on campus.
GW Information Technology (GW IT) is investigating reports of scam emails regarding
There is little more demoralizing than to spend a couple of all-nighters working on a paper, only to have it disappear in a hard drive meltdown.
After years—even decades—of educational articles urging us to use more secure passwords, people still use “password” as a password. Or “123456.” Yikes!
That’s what GW IT would like to know, and with new technology partner Happy Signals, we aim to find out.
GW Information Technology (GW IT) has been informed of a vulnerability with the camera app on a variety of Android devices.
Who is at risk?
If you are still using Windows 7, the date is fast approaching when Microsoft will no longer provide security updates. That date is January 14, 2020. The time to upgrade is now.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a national effort to help everyone stay protected whenever and however you connect. Here is a complete list of events at GW during the month.
There have been reports of members of the GW faculty receiving fake calendar notices arriving from other faculty members claiming that the Teaching Day event was cancelled.
GW Information Technology will have in-person tech support and information about its services available to students at the following times and locations: