Security Days


Student Union Building Atrium

Date & Time:

Each Semester, TBD


Security Days is an opportunity to engage UNM students to discuss privacy and security in our ever evolving digital lives. Security Days is a student oriented event covering topics such as social media safety, e-commerce safety, identity theft, malware, spam, personal privacy, mobile device security, and computer security. Everyone has a role to play in digital safety.

The UNM computing network is a shared resource and securing it is Our Shared Responsibility. Everyone has a role in securing their part of the digital landscape, including the devices and networks they use. Constantly changing threats to personal privacy and information require the engagement of the entire campus – from staff, faculty, and most importantly, the largest group of technology users on campus, the students.

Individual actions have a collective impact and when we use the Internet safely, we can make it more secure for everyone if each of us does our part by implementing stronger security practices, raising community awareness, educating young people, and training employees. Together we can become a safer digital society!

Click here to find out about community initiatives from UNM Information Technologies!

Want to get involved? Click here to find out about the student club NEST: Network Exploitation Security Team!

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