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Friendly Probing Suite

As part of its cyber security operations, UIS runs a friendly probing suite that routinely scans systems connected to the CUDN that are registered with the DNS, and reports any vulnerabilities found. The results of these scans are available to the University's IT support staff.

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Intrusion Prevention System

The Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) inspects all data that crosses the network boundary between the Cambridge University Data Network (CUDN) and Janet, detecting and blocking malicious network traffic.

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Managed Firewall Service

UIS's Managed Firewall Service gives you control over who accesses your institution's resources via the internet, so you can protect your private network while meeting your users' needs. It can be tailored to your institution's specific requirements, and it is delivered as a fully managed service.

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Information Security Risk Assessment

The Information Security Risk Assessment (ISRA) will help PIs, DAs, heads of offices and directors of institutions assess the risks to their information assets and datasets.

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Urgent maintenance to increase VPN capacity 07:00-08:00 Thu 26 March

Mar 25, 2020

We are performing urgent maintenance to the remote access system between 07:00 and 08:00 tomorrow morning (Thursday 26 March) in order to increase its capacity.

Beware phishing scams: criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 crisis

Mar 23, 2020

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is urging people to stay vigilant and follow online safety advice as criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 crisis online.

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