Privacy Matters @ UBC

New Minimum Cybersecurity Controls for accessing UBC Electronic Information and Systems

UBC Executive has mandated new minimum cybersecurity requirements for faculty, staff, and researchers accessing UBC Electronic Information and Systems. Learn more

Latest News

New External Email Warning

As UBC moves to the enterprise application Workday to manage many of our logistical processes, it is highly likely that cyber criminals will attempt to take advantage of the high volume of communication associated with this change by sending malicious phishing emails crafted to look legitimate.

Register now for virtual Symposium 2020 events!

UBC Cybersecurity, Safety & Risk Services, and Office of the University Counsel is proud to present the Privacy Matters @ UBC Symposium 2020. A month-long series of special events customized for the UBC community, focusing on privacy and security education through collaboration.

Why does privacy matter?

Privacy and information security is one of UBC’s top priorities

Information sharing is so common today that it is understandable for people to become complacent about privacy and information security. Yet, everyone has the right to expect their personal information to remain safe and secure.

At UBC, we are responsible for substantial amounts of personal information about students, faculty, staff, alumni, and donors. Protecting this information is everyone's responsibility.

By taking the first simple steps to stay secure, you can make a big impact on privacy and information security, both at home and at UBC.

Stay Secure

Privacy and information security at UBC is a shared responsibility. Empower yourself to stay safe online and learn how to protect yourself, your family, your colleagues, and our students from being involved in an information security breach.