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Awareness & Training

Cybersecurity Alerts

Cybersecurity Operations Center

How To

IT Policies & Procedures

Clemson University’s Office of Information Security is committed to protecting the privacy of its students, alumni, faculty, and staff, as well as protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information. To support these goals, the CCIT Office of Information Security promotes awareness through education to assist with understanding, recognizing and implementing security best practices.



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Working Remotely

If you need to work off-campus, here are guidelines to help keep you and your work secure.

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Duo Authentication

Setting up Duo to enable two factor authentication to protect your Clemson users accounts.

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Report Security Incident

If you get a suspicious email or see something that could be malicious on your computer, you can report it to CCIT Security.

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Protect Yourself

Here are some tips to avoid Identity Theft, Scams, Vishing, Credit Card Skimmers and other useful information to help keep you and your information safe from Cybercriminals.

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User Names & Passwords

Information on your Clemson username and password. Also, how to change or reset your password and more.

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Securing Your Devices

Learn how to keep your devices secure and avoid problems.