OIT advises Linux administrators use file protection based on the functionality of the system. If you are running a file server that hosts files that can be executed on a Windows system, use antivirus protection from ClamAV. Host-based intrusion detection (HIDS) is advised for systems that run internet facing services.
OIT recommends Microsoft Security Essentials antivirus and antispyware software for pesonally owned computers running Windows OS.
OIT recommends the use of Sophos software for university-purchased Macintosh computers.
|Sophos Endpoint Protection|
|Available For:||Faculty, Staff, and student staff conducting official university business.|
OIT recommends System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection for Windows antivirus and antispyware software for university owned computers running Windows OS. System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection for Windows is provided as a common good service through the Microsoft software campus EES agreement. System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection for Windows is not available for personally owned computers.
CU-Boulder's Large File Transfer service is a web tool to send large files securely to any e-mail address, on- or off- campus. This is a great solution for anyone sending large files, but particularly for researchers who share large datasets.