The protection of information resources at McNeese State University is a high priority. The Information Security website is designed to educate the university community about technology policies and information security best practices, and equip students, faculty and staff with the tools needed to protect the information resources of the University, it's members and connected networks. McNeese State University is committed to implementing policies and encouraging best practices that do not impose on the University's established culture of openness, trust, and integrity.
Please read the Policies, Guidelines, and Laws Relating to Information Security.
McNeese will NEVER ask for account information via email. Messages about quotas, upgrades or maintenance are likely Phishing attempts. Read about Compromised Credentials.
Privacy Tips For 2015
Update: POODLE Vulnerability in SSLv3
CIS ADVISORY NUMBER: 2014-089 - Update
A vulnerability exists within the SSL version 3.0 protocol allowing an attacker to hijack and decrypt session cookies that are utilized between a user's web browser and the web site. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) is a cryptographic protocol that is designed to provide secure network communication using X.509 certificates. This could lead to attackers temporarily impersonating web site visitor account logins and/or online payment systems.