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VUMC Enterprise Cybersecurity Archives

Gift card spoofing continues to be a problem; what you need to know

Nov. 8, 2021—A popular internet scam involves email or text requests for gift card purchases. Scammers rely on impersonation and social engineering tactics to ask victims to purchase gift cards or approve invoices for them.

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Box to be protected by MFA starting April 29

Apr. 23, 2020—As Vanderbilt University Medical Center continues to support work-at-home efforts for many employees, workforce members are using online collaboration tools more than ever to effectively work from home offices.

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Information technology aids VUMC’s COVID-19 response

Apr. 2, 2020—  by Paul Govern From eStar to Zoom, information technology is vital to Vanderbilt University Medical Center’s response to COVID-19. Teams from all three of VUMC’s information technology departments — Health IT, VUMC IT and Enterprise Cybersecurity — are supporting care of COVID-19 outpatients, preparing for large increases in hospital admissions, rapidly expanding telehealth capabilities...

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Security software required for employees’ smartphones, tablets

Sep. 19, 2019—To help prevent unauthorized data access, Vanderbilt University Medical Center is requiring employees who use their personal smartphones and digital tablets to conduct VUMC business to enroll in mobile device management by Feb. 1, 2020.

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Multi-factor authentication coming for C2HR users

Nov. 8, 2018—Like employees the world over, Vanderbilt University Medical Center email system users are prey to frequent email spoofs, by which would-be identity thieves attempt to steal employee login credentials.

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