The UBC Information Security Office promotes and enhances the computer security of students, faculty, staff and visitors connected to UBC’s computer and communications systems, and the information resources shared through those systems.
Dealing with Spam
Spam is unsolicited and unwanted email that comes in many forms. Review steps that you can take to manage spam and protect your email from spammers.
Encryption helps prevent unauthorized access to data such as Personal Information (PI) and mitigates risks associated with physical loss or theft.
UBC requires that computing devices used for University Business* must have up-to-date anti-malware software installed, and configured to update at least once per day.
Privacy and Information Security Training
Privacy and information security is one of UBC’s top priorities. Learn how you can help keep UBC’s information safe.
UBC Information Security Office
The Information Security Office enhances the computer and data security of students, faculty, staff, and visitors connected to UBC systems.