Drop in to see new website today 10-1, R.H. Stephens Room

Faculty and staff are invited to drop in and preview LLCC’s new website today from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room, Menard Hall. A short presentation showing main parts of the website will be held at the beginning of each half hour. We will then show various pages by request.

The new website, still located at www.llcc.edu, is scheduled to launch Dec. 2, 2021.

Drop in today or tomorrow to preview the new website

Faculty and staff are invited to drop in and preview LLCC’s new website today and tomorrow from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room, Menard Hall. A short presentation showing main parts of the website will be held at the beginning of each half hour. We will then show various pages by request.

The new website, still located at www.llcc.edu, is scheduled to launch Dec. 2, 2021.

Reminder to preview the new website Monday and Tuesday

Faculty and staff are invited to drop in and preview LLCC’s new website Monday, Nov. 22 and Tuesday, Nov. 23 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room, Menard Hall. A short presentation showing main parts of the website will be held at the beginning of each half hour. We will then show various pages by request.

The new website, still located at www.llcc.edu, is scheduled to launch Dec. 2, 2021.

LLCC’s new website will launch soon! See a preview Monday and Tuesday

Exciting news! LLCC will soon have a brand new website with an updated look and features. Faculty and staff are invited to preview the new site Monday, Nov. 22 and Tuesday, Nov. 23 from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. in the R.H. Stephens Room, Menard Hall. A short presentation showing main parts of the website will be held at the beginning of each half hour. We will then show various pages by request.

The new website, still located at www.llcc.edu, is scheduled to launch Dec. 2, 2021. We look forward to bringing you a new, up-to-date website experience!

LLCC Web Team (Kyla Kruse, project manager; Esteban Cruz, Caitlin Perry, Misty Hagstrom, Greg Walbert, Lynn Whalen

Cybersecurity awareness training starting this week

As mentioned last month, we are about to begin a cybersecurity awareness training program with a company named Infosec IQ.  This will entail a series of short training courses (one or two a month) and potentially some simulated phishing emails.  These courses focus on subjects like password management, identity theft, malware, social engineering, phishing, spear phishing, physical security, Business Email Compromise (BEC), Internet of Things (IoT), travel safety, mobile data, privacy and acceptable use. The purpose of putting this training into place is to raise awareness to the threats in our environment and to avoid costly data breaches. Onboarding is a simple process. Users will be sent an enrollment email, notifying them of an assigned course. The provided link will take the learner directly to their dashboard to complete each corresponding module.

Etrieve maintenance this morning

As a reminder, Etrieve is undergoing maintenance this morning and will be unavailable from 7:30 a.m. until noon. The outage includes HR, payroll and finance forms, as well as document filing/retrieval.

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Etrieve maintenance Thursday morning, Nov. 11

Etrieve will be undergoing maintenance on Thursday, Nov. 11. The system will be unavailable from 7:30 a.m. until noon. The outage will include HR, payroll and finance forms, as well as document filing/retrieval.

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The Road to Cybersecurity never ends

If you see strange activity on your computer, report it. The Road to Cybersecurity. Lincoln Land Community College This may be the last week of our campaign, but The Road to Cybersecurity never truly ends. It takes small precautions from each of us, every day, to keep ourselves and the college secure.

Remember, you don’t have to be a cybersecurity expert to stay safe and secure. Follow our security policies to make sure you’re taking the right precautions and if you see something suspicious, please report it!

 

The road to cybersecurity: the importance of verification

The Road to Cybersecurity. Verify. From IT Team to You. Plz install update now. Hello, please click here to install the latest updates to your computer immediately. STOPThanks again for taking this trip on The Road to Cybersecurity! This week, we’re talking about the importance of verification.

Cybercriminals like to send mixed signals. They may impersonate your supervisor or even Dr. Warren and make odd requests to wire money, purchase gift cards or share sensitive information.

Even if a request appears to come from a legitimate sender, verify using a different communication method. Give them a call, send them an instant message on Teams or drop by their desk to confirm. Better safe than sorry!

Read about SolarWinds hack:

https://llcconline.sharepoint.com/IT/SitePages/Cybersecurity—News-Articles.aspx

Cybersecurity: Here’s your sign

Be suspicious. Hackers use fake messages to make you download dangerous attachments or give out important data. Always ask yourself: Could this be a trick? Download here. Free. The Road to Cybersecurity. LLCC Lincoln Land Community College. Infosec.  The Road to Cybersecurity is lined with signs that indicate whether an email or web page is safe or a security threat.

Here’s the catch. Cybercriminals are smart and do their best to hide their tracks. That’s why it’s important to be suspicious.

Don’t be afraid to question the legitimacy of an email and if something looks suspicious — report it!

Read about the race against ransomware.

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