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Bradley enacts two-week, all-student quarantine and moves to temporary remote learning from Sept. 8 at 8 p.m. through 7 a.m. Sept. 23. More Info »

Information Security

The Office of Information Security helps protect people and their information by identifying and managing risk. We develop information security strategy and work with the University community to set information security policies and priorities. We identify where new information security controls are needed or existing security controls can be improved, maintain awareness of information security trends, and communicate with the University advising on all things information security.



PhishNet is a new tool to help protect you against the ever increasing number of scams and phishing emails. It contains a curated list of phishing emails that have been caught by Bradley students, faculty, and staff, a list of red flags to watch for in phishing emails, and instructions to make it easier to report phishing emails. Thank you for reporting phishing emails to and helping make our campus a safer place.

Security Awareness Training

Even though National Cybersecurity Awareness Month has concluded, it is important to remain aware throughout the rest of the year. The computer-based security awareness training includes modules on Passwords, Malware, Phishing, and Physical Security and Unintended Disclosures. To access the training, go to