Information Security

Office of Information Security

 

The Information Security Office is focused on ensuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of SJSU’s information assets. Maintaining the safety of information assets is vital to the educational, research and operational mission of SJSU. This is the place for you to find the tools and information to protect yourself, your computer, and help prevent the unauthorized access to or use of information.

The Information Security Office oversees SJSU’s efforts to:

  • Protect information assets and to comply with information-related laws, regulations and policies
  • Promote quality and integrity of information security throughout the university
  • Build a culture of information security
 
 

Recent Security Alerts

Phishing Notice RE: Verify Your Account, Address, Emergency Contact, Suspensed, Exceeding Storage Limit, and others.

 

From: Jane Gonzales
Date: Thu, Jan 12, 2017 at 3:00 PM
Subject: SJSU ALERT!!
To:

You have exceeded your mail quota, Click on this link to revalidate your mail account.

(LINK REMOVED)

Thanks

 

From: Peter Smith
Date: Thu, Jan 9, 2017 at 2:30 PM
Subject: Sjsu Update
To:

You have exceeded your webmail quota, Click on this link to revalidate your webmail account.

(LINK REMOVED)

Thanks

 

From: John Smith
Date: Thu, Jan 5, 2017 at 1:10 PM
Subject: Sjsu Update
To:

You have exceeded your mail.sjsu.edu quota limit of 500.GB . you need to expand your mail.sjsu.edu quota limit. to 1000.GB before 48 hours. Click here (LINK REMOVED): to upgrade your mail.sjsu.edu email account.

help desk 2017
Campus Email - IT Services - San Jose State University

 

From: MySJSU
Date: Mon, Dec 12, 2016 at 1:49 PM
Subject: Help Desk
To:

Dear SJSU User,

Due to the recent update and maintenance of our system. you need to update your USER ID Please use this link to complete verification: (LINK REMOVED)

Help Desk

 

Subject: W2-REQUEST

John,

I need reference copies of 2015 W-2 wages and tax statements of all staff sent to taxaccountingcpa@accountant.X <mailto:taxaccountingcpa@accountant.com>XX, i am currently working on a review and if you can work on the W2's and have it sent as a PDF attachment today that will be splendid.

Thanks
Shelly
President

 

From: ithelpdesk
Date: Mon, Apr 25, 2016 at 2:12 PM
Subject: Suspicious sign.
To:


Suspicious sign in detected on your SJSU.EDU Account, We noticed a recent login attempt from an unusual device or location. If this wasn’t you Secure your account Now; CLICK HERE (LINK REMOVED).

Please follow the instructions to avoid the disabling of your account,

Note that we will not be able to process your application unless you have submitted an accepted way.

Powered by ithelpdesk

 

From: California State University
Sent: Tuesday, January 26, 2016 1:24 AM
To: Recipients 
Subject: Please verify your Address and Emergency Contact Information

Please verify your Address and Emergency Contact Information

California State University is required to maintain updated address and emergency contact information for all students and faculty/staff.

This information is maintained for your benefit so that University Officials will be able to contact you or someone on your behalf in the event of an emergency situation.

Please take a moment now to review your personal and emergency contact information using the link (LINK REMOVED).

If you attempt to use your account before completing this process your account will be on hold.

Please take a few moments now to review your information and make updates if necessary. The process is simple and can be completed in 5 minutes or less.

Thank you for your help in this important matter.

California State University.T

  

These are not legitimate emails.  If you received an email similar to ones listed here, you should not reply or click on any links in the email.  SJSU does not have any storage limit in Google Apps or ask for password and/or other authentication information.  Please use the "report phishing" feature in Gmail to report the incident to Google's support teams.  For more information about phishing scams and reporting and watch our SJSU Frauds and Scams video.