Who We Are

The Office of Information Security is responsible for developing and implementing campus-wide policies, controls and procedures to protect the University's information technology resources and systems from intentional or inadvertent modification, disclosure or destruction, as well as monitoring user adherence to these policies.

Responsibilities include:

  • arbitrating and resolving issues and problems relating to ownership, accessibility and updating of responsibilities for computer generated or stored data at the University
  • educating the user community in the ethical usage of information technology resources and systems

Securing the Human


Deadline: October 31


Report a Security Incident

To report a security incident please email abuse@longwood.edu and include a complete description of the problem.

More Information


  • Securing the Human due 10/31!

    Annual Security Awareness Training is due Wednesday 10/31

  • Sextortion Scams

    Criminals are claiming to have compromised your computer and used your webcam to record a video of you while you watch porn...

  • Meltdown & Spectre

    Almost every kind of device is affected...

  • Phishing PSA

    Earlier this year a phishing campaign was launched against our organizations employees and was quite successful, here is one of their stories