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USC users have reported receiving phish emails from “covid19-sos@usc.edu” with a malicious URL similar to the example listed below. If you have received a… Read more » Access USC Resources from Asia Pacific Region | Keep Mar 23, 2020 USC Facilities Management Services | FMS Staff FMS is responsible for the day to day operation, repair and maintenance of USC’s buildings, infrastructure, and grounds on the University Park Campus, Health Sciences Campus, the Wrigley Institute on Catalina Island, and various leased spaces. Get Connected to VPN | UC Santa Barbara Information Technology

The Avaya softphone, one-X Communicator software is useful but has a huge security hole. If you have an Avaya VoIP phone in office, please email ITS consult@usc.edu and copy Deborah Hazzard-Bowers hazzard@usc.edu to specify a custom passcode (a 6-digit number) for your 5-digit office phone extension. Please take note that this 6-digit custom passcode is meant for use with the Avaya one-X

To test your USC VPN connection: You must be on an external network, such as your home WiFi or a hotspot. VPN cannot be tested from the USC wired or wireless network. If you need help setting up your VPN, contact ITS Customer Support Center. For questions regarding confidential data protection, please email infosecgrm@usc.edu USC offers Virtual Private Networking (VPN) to provide secure remote access to services when you are away from the USC campus and unable to connect to services. You must use VPN to access internal USC systems handling confidential or sensitive data, such as Student Information Systems (SIS) and file servers for specific schools and departments. ITS Main Customer Service and Security Incident Line: 740-5555 This site is maintained by ITS. For questions regarding software provided by ITS, please email its-software@usc.edu. All requests for additions and updates to this site should be sent to ciocomm-l@usc.edu.

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May 07, 2020 CEC ITS - College VPN USC VPN Services. The College of Engineering and Computing now uses the USC VPN service. Since our college has moved behind its own firewall, some research labs and college resources may require special VPN access. If you cannot access your resources from the USC VPN service, please contact your Department IT Manager for further help. USC Shibboleth Single Sign-on - Loading Session State