To prevent intrusions of Zoom meetings, also known as “Zoombombings,” WSU experts have put together a guide for securing virtual meetings.
In response to the high volume of WSU students, faculty and staff who work with healthcare and other sensitive information, Information Technology Services now offers a better teleconferencing experience.
With more than 80% of all data breaches due to compromised credentials, MFA has become the standard across many industries including higher education, healthcare, defense and finance.
Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) will be required when logging into more WSU applications, including Blackboard, Adobe, and others, beginning at 6 a.m. on March 16.
Teams brings together a collaborative workspace, file management, project and task tools, persistent chat (IM), and a new type of online meeting space all into one solution, making it easier for people to communicate and collaborate.
With nearly 25,000 community members now using MFA, and close to 300 more joining each hour, Information Technology Services (ITS) is already looking forward to the next phase coming later this spring.
Beginning Thursday, Dec. 19, myWSU will be the first WSU application to require Multi-Factor Authentication when logging in.
Students, faculty and staff can prepare now for next month’s network security changes by choosing their Multi‑Factor Authentication (MFA) settings before the myWSU implementation on Dec. 19.
New network security measures coming in December will change how employees and students access WSU business applications.
The team at Academic Outreach and Innovation has been hard at work and has some updates to share about how it is using technology to enhance the traditional classroom experience as well as online and video conferencing courses.