Education and Awareness
Effective cybersecurity to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of Queen’s information and resources, requires that every individual at the university do their part and follow the best practices.
Cybersecurity training and awareness educates Queen’s members to understand, recognize, prevent, and respond to security incidents. Follow the link below to access Queen's Interactive Cybersecurity Training.Cybersecurity Education and Awareness Course
Report a Security Incident
Did you know that phishing emails are not the only kind of incident you can report at Queen's? IT Services strongly recommends reporting phishing, spam, and abusive emails to the proper authorities. You can also report device theft unauthorized access, copyright violations, and email harassment.⚠ How to Report Security Incidents
Security Assessment Process
IT Services employs a Security Assessment Process for new technologies based on leading risk management practices for the identification, evaluation, acceptance, and reporting of risks to enable risk-informed decision-making. The objective of the Security Assessment Process is to protect Queen’s data and systems by ensuring that proper security controls are in place to mitigate the risks to Queen’s University and ensuring that potential exposures are managed within the university’s risk tolerance.Learn More about the Security Assessment Process
Additional Security Services
IT Services offers many security services to provide staff, faculty, and students with assistance and guidance, ensuring information security best practices are achieved.
Cybersecurity Self-Help and Guidance
Protect Your Passwords
Mobile Device Security
Social Media Security
Click on the links below the displayed publications to download these informational publications on cybersecurity abroad, ransomeware, password management, and phishing