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Monitor newsletter Feb 12, 2020
Will your sweetheart remember you this Valentine's Day? Duo will.

UITS news for February 12, 2020

Will your sweetheart remember you on Valentine’s Day?

Duo will … just select “Remember me for 7 days.”

Duo Two-Step Login is a sweet security tool, but frequent logins can sometimes feel needy. If you want fewer Duo logins—without significantly compromising security—select “Remember me for 7 days” when completing a login. Then you’ll be able to log in for seven days (in the browser where you initiated your login) without having to Two-Step for IU logins again. 

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Finding the balance between privacy, technology, free speech, and law

Eva Galperin, a Silicon Valley veteran, to speak tomorrow on the Bloomington campus.

As director of cybersecurity for the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Eva Galperin is dedicated to preserving digital privacy and security around the world. Working with advocates worldwide, EFF pursues precedent-setting legal cases aimed at creating a global digital environment that upholds human and constitutional rights.

Galperin’s talk is part of IU’s Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research (CACR) Speaker Series.

Date: Thursday, February 13, 2020
Time: 12-1pm
Location: Maurer School of Law 335, Bloomington campus

This talk will be streamed at the following locations:

CACR Speaker Series details

Cybersecurity and your vote

See how IU experts are helping to safeguard the election process in Indiana.

Whether it’s Russians hacking into the Illinois election database or the phish that took down the computer system for New Orleans, cyberattacks are part of modern life. And with 2020 primary elections under way, Indiana election officials are gearing up to manage every aspect of voting: from registration and poll worker training to preparing for cybersecurity threats.

That’s where Indiana University comes in. At the invitation of Indiana’s Secretary of State, a team of IU cybersecurity experts led a recent Indianapolis workshop aimed at preventing and mitigating threats to voting results. The team will continue to aid election officials throughout the 2020 campaign. 

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Call for submissions: show off your research and maybe win a hundred bucks

Research Technologies Student Poster Expo seeking abstracts by March 14.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a music student, a computer science major, a freshman, or a graduate student: If you are an IU student and have used advanced cyberinfrastructure for a research or school project, you could win $100 in the Research Technologies Student Poster Expo. 

What’s advanced cyberinfrastructure? Lots of things: supercomputers, massive storage or data transfer, virtual or augmented reality, advanced media capture, and more.

Abstracts are due by March 14 at midnight, selected entrants will be notified by March 18, and posters will be exhibited March 27 in Luddy Hall. Prizes will be awarded for best poster, best use of high-performance computing, and best visualization. 

Learn more and submit an abstract

Discover tech tools and resources to enhance your teaching

Stop by Coffee with the Connected Professor events on February 26. 

When you learn something new, you can teach something new. Mark your calendar for Coffee with the Connected Professor, a new IT water cooler event for faculty to learn about tech tools and resources happening February 26, 10:30-11:30am (ET).

Grab a beverage and a snack, gain some knowledge, and network with your colleagues while you enjoy a short keynote presentation, followed by lightning round presentations. Each IU campus teaching and learning center will host a room for the event, or you can join via Zoom.  

Click here to learn more and RSVP

Faculty: provide kudos with the Student Engagement Roster

Giving students timely, effective feedback leads to engagement and success.

Accessible from your Canvas course site, the Student Engagement Roster (SER) enables quick, easy, and timely feedback to your students and encourages progress.

Reassure your students with SER. “I really liked how my professor made it a point to tell me what I was doing correctly,” said one student, “and then provided feedback to get even more out of it.”

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