Cyber Safety – Review in 2: Secure your personal device by enrolling in Intelligent Hub

June 4, 2019  //  FOUND IN: Updates & Resources

Workplace mobility is increasingly important to the continued growth and security of Michigan Medicine. Faculty, staff and students often want to stay connected from wherever they are — and from whatever device they choose.

“Allowing employees to use personal devices for work presents a unique security challenge,” said Molly McPhall, education and awareness lead with Michigan Medicine’s Information Assurance team. “It’s important that we hold personal devices to the same high standard of security that Michigan Medicine managed devices are.”

Intelligent Hub empowers employees to use their own device to access Michigan Medicine networks, data and applications. Previously known as AirWatch, this mobile device management solution ensures employees stay productive without unintentionally breaching university policies.

“Intelligent Hub is designed to protect Michigan Medicine data, like Outlook email messages or sensitive research data,” McPhall said. “It also provides our employees with enhanced protection to ensure devices are encrypted and kept up to date.”

Learn more about the benefits of Intelligent Hub

Take two minutes to view the June Cyber Safety poster. Print, display and share the posters with your colleagues!

Win a breakfast basket

Take the June quiz for a chance to win a breakfast basket delivered to your place of work: Q: Name two things you can access from a personal device after installing Intelligent Hub. (Tip: Open the June Cyber Safety poster for the answer!)

Email your answer to IAMM-Ed-Awa@med.umich.edu with “June Quiz” in the subject line.

Congratulations to the May winner

Debra Buck from the Department of Internal Medicine Infectious Diseases was the winner of the May Cyber Safety Quiz. Thank you to everyone who entered.

 Michigan Medicine’s Information Assurance team promotes a monthly IT security reminder as part of its “Cyber Safety – Review in 2” campaign. The goal is to increase awareness of key cybersecurity topics by presenting important information that can be reviewed in two minutes or less. Review the entire campaign on the Safe Computing website.

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