Awareness and Training

Educational Resources

  • Access to TrainTraq: If you need access to the courses in TrainTraq because you have a disabled account or external access to TAMU-CC services, follow these steps to log in using the External Gateway.
  • Phishing: "Phishing" is the use of fraudulent emails to trick a recipient into divulging confidential information or performing something harmful. Learn how to spot phishing and avoiding getting tricked.
  • Multi-Factor Authentication: Multi-factor authentication (also known as two-factor authentication) prevents others from logging into your account, even if they know your password. It requires at least one additional factor to prove you are logging in instead of someone else. Learn how to set yours up for IslandID accounts.

Tutorials and User Guides (TUGs)

Additional step-by-step instructions are available for Information Security on the Tutorials and User Guides (TUGs) web page including:

Guidelines and Policies

Training and Consulting

The Office of Information Security is available for consulting and training on all topics related to information security and privacy. The Electronic and Information Resources Accessibility Coordinator can also consult and train on digital accessibility. To request a training session contact the IT Service Desk.

Make sure to provide your name, phone number, and scheduling availability. An OIS member will contact you regarding scheduling your session.