Virus & Malware Cleanup
Available To: Faculty, Staff, Students
Computer viruses can replicate themselves and infect computers on a network. Some are destructive, others go unnoticed.
"Malware" includes computer viruses, computer worms, Trojan horses, spyware, dishonest adware and other malicious and unwanted software that can have any number of adverse affects on your computing experience.
Telltale signs that your computer is infected include:
- computer is running very slowly
- unexpected messages or programs starting or stopping automatically
- internet browser ( IE or firefox) behavior is unreliable
- exceptional amounts of unwanted email
- complaints from others about email messages you didn't send
- hard drive is always busy
How to Request
If you suspect a virus or malware is on an NAU-owned computer, please submit a ServiceNow ticket to ITS.
Faculty or staff may contact the Solution Center at 928-523-1511.
Students call the Student Technology Center at 928-523-9294
Sophos Anti-Virus downloads are available to NAU students, faculty, and staff for Windows and Macintosh.
Security for your computers and information, including SSL certificates.
Training & Documentation
How-to news article describing email phishing and how to effectively report it to ITS.
A brief introduction and link to the information security essentials training course.
How not to lose your laptop.
Tips to protect yourself from online scams.
A description of NAU's password complexity rules.
This is a tutorial for setting up Skype for Business with Skype Federation. It includes adding Skype accounts, other universities or businesses, and Microsoft accounts.