IT Security

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Who We Are

UTC Information Security performs security activities to protect the university’s data, computers, networks, and users. 

Some of these activities include:

  • Develop policies, procedures and guidelines for securing university systems
  • Consult with campus users and departments to investigate information security issues, perform risk assessments and propose products and processes to mitigate risk discovered
  • Monitor the university networks to identify malicious activity
  • Provide incident response for information security incidents
  • Increase campus awareness of information security through training and communication
  • Preserve the Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) of university or personal information

Report an Incident

Call Client Services at: 423-425-4000

Report suspected violations to: security@utc.edu

Learn more about safe behavior and our Acceptable Use Policy →

Phishing

Is there something phishy in your inbox?

Phishing attacks typically begin with an email pretending to be from someone you know or trust, such as a friend or company.

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Training

K@TE Awareness Training

All UTC faculty and staff are expected to complete annual security training through K@TE (Knowledge and Training Excellence).

Access K@TE →

Security Presentations

Each calendar quarter the IT Security Team will hold an hour-long discussion in the University Center about relevant topics. Join us with your questions and reach out if you have a specific topic that you'd like us to cover.

For more information about the next topic and location, email Michael-Dinkins@utc.edu.

Quick Read

Learn more about how to secure your information and avoid pitfalls online.

You Are the Target →

Schedule a Security Training Session for your Organization

Schedule a session for your department or organization by calling 423-425-4507.