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To: UC Santa Cruz CommunityFrom: Chief Information Security Office, Brian HallUCSC Information Security will hold a town hall following the data breach that is affecting the UC community. This will be an opportunity for you to learn what you can do to protect your personal information, including signing up for free credit monitoring and identity theft protection.
The University is working with law enforcement agencies and is continuing to investigate. Our understanding of the incident is still limited and evolving, so this town hall will be focused on the steps you can take to protect yourself. In the meantime, review answers to frequently asked questions on the UC Office of the President website.
Town Hall date: Thursday, April 8 at 10:00 AM
Brief presentation on how to protect yourself followed by Q&A
Join via the UCSC Town Hall Stream
The town hall will be recorded and made available shortly after
Brian Hall, Chief Information Security Officer (CISO)
Troy Wright, Senior Information Security Analyst
UCSC community participation:
In advance of the town hall, please submit your questions. Log in with your CruzID and Gold password to access the Google form.
During the town hall, questions can be asked through the chat function in the live stream.
For questions not addressed during the session, an FAQ will be posted at a later date.
If you have questions, you may contact the ITS Support Center online at https://itrequest.ucsc.edu, via email [email protected] or phone at 831-459-4357.
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