The CSU, Chico Information Security Office works with the campus community to secure system and network resources, and protect the confidentiality of student, faculty, and staff information. To carry out this mission...
- Information Security Organization -Information including the campus information security plan and some basic information concerning campus security infrastructure.
- Protecting Yourself and Others - Basic Information Security Practices for the campus community.
Tools & Resources
Policies and Standards
- Information Security Policies and Standards- The policies and standards section of the Information Security website contains a comprehensive list of links to campus and CSU policies,standards,and procedures
- Report a lost/stolen device,security issue/concern, fraudulent emails, or request other services here
- Request PeopleSoft Access Here
Report an IncidentBy email (24/7): Security@csuchico.edu
By phone (daytime): 898-4357
Physical safety issues, including cyber stalking and cyber bullying, should be reported to the CSU, Chico University Police department by calling 898-5555 or 911 from any campus phone.
CMS/PS Reauthorization 2017
The CMS/PS Reauthorization 2017 is occuring March 6th – 24th. Click here for more information.
In October 2016 PhishMe was introduced to the campus.
PhishMe is an awareness training program, where you will receive emails that mimic the phishing emails that target our organization.
To learn more about PhishMe click here
Identity Finder Software
Identity Finder is now available!
Identity Finder is a software program that searches your campus computer for protected data such as Social Security, bank and credit card numbers. For more information, visit www.csuchico.edu/identityfinder.
IC3 Warns of Employment Scams Targeting College Students
Phony job opportunities are being advertised via college employment websites or students’ university emails.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has issued an alert on employment scams targeting college students. Unfortunately, students who take the bait suffer financial losses.
For more information click here.
US-CERT encourages users and administrators to review the IC3 Alert for information on avoiding these scams. US-CERT Tip ST04-014 is another useful reference on social engineering and phishing attacks.
Click here for previous announcements