Two-factor Authentication with Duo Security
Employees accessing CWRU's Human Capital Management (HCM) or Financials (FIN) systems will use Duo two-factor authentication when logging into these applications.
- Beginning November 6, 2017 users may opt-in to use Duo by enrolling themselves at the self-service enrollment site.
- To better protect sensitive information users are encouraged to enroll in Duo now, before the end of the opt-in period.
- The opt-in period ends in February 2018. At this point, unenrolled users will be prompted to enroll in Duo when attempting to log into HCM or FIN.
More information is available at the Duo Security page.
Stop. Think. Connect.
UTech's Strategic Plan highlights Information Security among its top five priorities. Protecting the confidentiality, integrity and availability of our information and information systems is a responsibility we all share and the Information Security Office within UTech is here to help. Loss, corruption or inappropriate access to information can interfere with CWRU's mission, interrupt business, damage reputations or result in negative financial consequences.
The Information Security Office assesses and helps CWRU organizations and members manage the risk of information loss or exposure and assists all departments in protecting the privacy of student, staff, faculty and research records.
ISO also serves as the reference and education center for data protection across the CWRU community. We help establish policies, advise in meeting our security and privacy goals and take an active role in many aspects of University Technology implementation.
Take a look through the website and learn how to protect your data; how to request assistance if you think something is not right with your electronic system; how to put a research protocol together involving sensitive information and more.