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 Reporting Information Security Problems

It's very important that you report any Information Security problems straight away. The sooner IT Services know about an issue, the sooner we can take any steps needed to protect you and the University.
Also, when some types of information security  problems occur, such as breaches of personal data, the University is legally required to respond promptly and appropriately.
So, even if you don't have all the details, get in touch as soon as possible via the IT Service Desk.

If you have been the victim of cybercrime or have experienced cyber bullying, then you can contact the IT Service Desk or visit the William Brake Student Services Centre in the Street.


 Keeping Safe Online

Here are some simple guides on ways to protect your data, your computer and phone, your accounts, and most importantly yourself when online.​

Keep Your Data Safe

Keep Your Accounts Safe

​Keep Your Devices Safe​

Keep Yourself Safe​


 Security Advice

​Follow these links for information about specific information security topics.

Phishing Encryption Passwords

 Learning More


There is an Information Security Awareness course available online to all students and staff via Blackboard.


Have you got your copy of the Data Protection Do's and Don'ts poster? Download it here. ​​