Annually, the University of Toronto hosts a Cyber Security Awareness Month campaign across its three campuses to raise awareness and educate the community about staying safe online.
Explore this collection of digital and educational resources, all geared towards promoting online safety.
This year, the tri-campus community is coming together to host events about excellence through collaboration, effective risk management, safeguarding data for researchers and more.
- Oct. 12: Listening to researchers: Safeguarding data and intellectual property
- Oct. 17: Meet and greet: Information Security at U of T
- Oct. 26: Secure Together: Addressing information security risks
- Oct. 31: Converging for excellence: Tri-campus Information Security collaboration
U of T Information Security resources
- Learn about U of T’s Information Security Strategy.
- Visit the Information Security Strategy resource hub for tools and guidance to make U of T’s information security strategy a success.
- Explore the 10 information security strategic initiatives being driven at the institutional level.
- Discover how to classify data based on its sensitivity and potential for misuse using U of T’s Data Classification schema.
- The Information Security Control Standard sets the security baseline for the University to protect data and digital assets.
- Get familiar with the standard process for responding to security incidents.
Note: The resource hub can only be accessed by U of T community members.
Digital assets for the U of T community
Partners and communications professionals within the U of T community can access a variety of digital media assets, such as social media graphics, virtual backgrounds, an email signature and more, to support Cyber Security Awareness Month through SharePoint.
Government of Canada resources
Get Cyber Safe has published a variety of resources to help Canadians step up their cyber fitness to protect themselves online: