Duo Security two-factor authentication enhances the security of your CWRU accounts by using your phone or connected mobile device to verify your identity. Two-factor authentication prevents anyone but you from accessing your valuable data and CWRU accounts, even if they know your password.
To begin, browse to the Duo Security self-enrollment page from your desktop or laptop computer. Need help along the way? Use these step-by-step instructions or contact the Case Western Reserve ITS Service Desk at 216.368.HELP (4357).
October isn’t just the month of pumpkin spice lattes and autumn jackets. At Case Western Reserve and institutions across the country, it marks a time to pay special attention to information security.
We know what you’re probably thinking: Matters of information security only apply to computer hackers, finance geeks and medical personnel. But do you have a smartphone? How about an email account? Or a paycheck delivered to you via direct deposit?
If you do, information security should matter to you.
This month, join Information Technology Services (ITS) in celebrating (that’s right, celebrating) National Cyber Security Month at Case Western Reserve. Discover the resources available to you and the simple steps you should take to secure your digital life on your computer, on your phone, online and everywhere in between.