Institutional Security Resources

Hampton University Security Resources and Awareness

2021 Annual Hampton University Cybersecurity Awareness Training (August 31, 2021):  Hampton University requires annual cybersecurity awareness training for all faculty and staff to help safeguard our information systems and data. This training will be followed-up by quarterly “refresher” training topics to facilitate understanding of security awareness on-line.  The training program is designed to teach behaviors that help protect Hampton and those we serve and can benefit you and your family as well.   *** Please check your Hampton University email for instruction ***

 

  • Hampton University Appropriate Use of Technology Policy (PDF)

    Hampton University provides and maintains technologies to advance teaching, learning, research, and administrative activities in support of the University's mission. The University views access to all of its technology resources as a privilege that is granted to members of the University community so long as it is used responsibly. Hampton University reserves the right to monitor and investigate violations or suspected violations of policy and security. 

     

  • Hampton University Code of Conduct (PAGE)

    Members of the Hampton Family embrace the core values of Exceptional Character: Respect, Professionalism, Integrity, and Community. No member shall lie, cheat or steal and each member is required to adhere to and conform to the instructions and guidance of the leadership of his/her respective area.  Hampton University revised its Code of Conduct to include "8. To promote the ethical use of technology and social media." 

  • Password Manager (PAGE)

    Hampton University has setup Password Manager to allow users (faculty, staff, and students) to unlock and change their university Infotech password.   Please Note: All Hampton University students must first register in the Password Manager system in order to manage their InfoTech passwords, connect to network based services such as email and remote library access, and to obtain login assistance. You will not be able to utilize Password Manager when you need assistance, unless you have previously registered.

 

  • Register Devices on Campus Network, How-To (PAGE)

    Device registration is part of the authentication process to access the wired or wireless network on campus. To complete this process, you should know your devices MAC address (12-digit number that can be found in the network settings for most of the devices).

 

  • CIT Tech Talks (PAGE)

    Hampton University has setup Password Manager to allow users (faculty, staff, and students) to unlock and change their university Infotech password.   Please Note: All Hampton University students must first register in the Password Manager system in order to manage their InfoTech passwords, connect to network based services such as email and remote library access, and to obtain login assistance. You will not be able to utilize Password Manager when you need assistance, unless you have previously registered.
  • CIT How-To (PAGE)

    Various How-To information: Change Password, Get Microsoft Office, Connect to Campus WiFi, Register Devices to Campus Network, MyCampus Portal and HUNET (single sign-on access).