UBC Information Security Office

Overview

The UBC Information Security Office promotes and enhances the computer security of students, faculty, staff and visitors connected to UBC's computer and communications systems, and the information resources shared through those systems.

Security Awareness Training

Security Awareness Training

Security awareness training is available to all staff, faculty, and graduate students. This course has been licensed for use at UBC and is offered to you at no cost. The training will cover some of the most important topics today regarding internet security. Learn how to protect yourself, your computer, and the information stored on your computer from malicious attacks and other cybercrimes.

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Faculty and Staff: Login at www.connect.ubc.ca

Graduate Students: Login at www.connect.ubc.ca/infosecuritycourse

 

FIPPA and Accessing Student Records

As a staff and faculty member, are you familiar with the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) and the security policies around accessing student records on Student Information Service (SIS)? Find out more with this introductory video produced by Enrolment Services. For more information on UBC security policies, please visit the Security Policies page and the SIS Updates Blog.

Questions about the course or technical support? Please contact the IT Service Centre Help Desk.


Further Information


Support

Questions about the course or technical support? Please contact the IT Service Centre Help Desk.