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New Purdue email scanning system designed to reduce spam and phishing emails
To better combat spam and phishing emails, ITaP is implementing a new email scanning system with a newly designed daily quarantine digest email.

New resource available for GPU-accelerated research computing
A new computing resource is available for Purdue researchers running applications that can take advantage of graphics processing unit (GPU) accelerators. The new cluster, known as Halstead-GPU, contains NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs that are well-suited to accelerating computation involving molecular dynamics, deep learning, quantum chemistry and many other domains.

REED system available for faculty with contracts that mandate strict IT controls
A new system known as the Research Environment for Encumbered Data (REED) provides a solution for an increasing number of Purdue researchers with government contracts that require adherence to a set of IT security controls a researcher must follow under the National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication (NIST SP) 800-171.

Tips and tricks for cyber safety during your 2017 summer travel
Are you ready to keep your devices and data safe while traveling this summer? Read about recent technology-related changes in travel and tips to keep yourself safe from cybercriminals.

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Purdue to add two-factor authentication for all faculty and staff in September

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