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Protection of information and information systems on campus.
How to setup Multi-factor Authentication
Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) is an authentication method that requires the user to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to a resource such as an online application. A factor in authentication is a way of confirming your identity when you try to sign in. For example, a password is one kind of factor, it's a thing you know. The three most common kinds of factors are: Something you know - Like a password, or a memorized PIN Something you have - Like a smartphone, or
I received a suspicious email, what do I do?
DO NOT click or download any suspicious links or files from senders you do not recognize. Report the email as a phish on our system Click the ellipses on the top right-hand side of the email Navigate to Security Options Click **Mark as Phi
IT Travel Notice Procedure
Administrative Assistants of each school/college are required to have a Helpdesk account. If this is not already in place, training and instructions will be given accordingly. All UOG Staff/Personnel are required to provide in advance a one week notice to the Office of IT prior to any off-island departure. Notice will be done by notifying the departments appropriate administrative assistant to file a helpdesk ticket on the personnel's behalf. See below for how to create a helpdesk ticket
How to fill up a ticket for IT Travel Notice
Login at https://helpdesk.uog.edu Click on "Create IT Helpdesk Ticket" on the top left hand side. Fill up the necessary contact information accordingly. At the Ticket Information section, under Ticket Type, select "IT Access Travel Notice". Input the following information, based on the personnel's travel information: Departure Date Return Date Travel Location(s) At the Description section, comment any special and necessary access/informati