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Safe Computing at St. Cloud State University
Connecting your computer to a network or the Internet increases the risk of exposing your system to viruses and unauthorized access by others.
You can protect your own computer against viruses and vulnerabilities by using SCSU recommended antivirus software, available at no additional cost to current students, faculty and staff.
You also can protect your computer by following these tips:
All MnSCU faculty, staff and student workers are expected to complete training on data security awareness. This training is available to you via D2L Brightspace and can be done on your computer, at a time that is most convenient for you.
To access the Public Jobs: Private Data training:
St. Cloud State University takes many measures to protect HuskyNet e-mail, the campus network and university-owned computers from viruses and vulnerabilities.