Information Security Office

Incident Reporting

Help protect information resources by reporting exposure, loss, or compromise of university data and systems.

Security Services

Start a software or hardware security assessment, network vulnerability scan, or request other security services.

Law - Policies - Guidelines

The Information Security Office strives to ensure that TXST users are able to get answers and resolutions quickly. There are laws, policies, standards and guidelines to consider when evaluating or implementing new services, all of which may impact timelines and security requirements. Take some time to familiarize yourself with how these processes work and what is required of you when requesting service procurements.

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Security Training

If you know you need extra security training because you are a Level 2 Information Resource Employee, or just want to learn how to be more secure, you can find it here. The ISO runs a trimester-based training schedule for all TXST users.
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Cybersecurity Awareness

Without knowing about a threat, we can never hope to defend against it. Find awareness opportunities and events here, because knowing is half the battle.

Phishing Awareness

Find out about the latest phishing on campus, get tips and tricks to avoid scams, and power up your digital critical thinking skills to be harder for the cyber criminals to catch.
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All Services and Tools

The ISO offers a wide variety of services and security tools to faculty, staff, and students. Discover what we offer and how we can help. Finding what you need is just a click away.

Information Security Glossary

The information security glossary is a searchable and filterable glossary of terms and definitions we use in all aspects of our work. Familiarize yourself with this terminology to deepen your understanding of information security at Texas State University.