Welcome to the SVA Technology pages

Here you will find helpful guides for many of the technologies we support.


Cybersecurity Month: Security Hints & Tips

Beware of Suspicious Job Offers: How to Identify and Avoid Scams In today’s digital age, cybercriminals are devising sophisticated strategies to dupe individuals, particularly students, with enticing job offers. These … more

Cybersecurity Month: Security Hints & Tips

Unexpected Emails Many of us receive a steady flow of emails every day, including bank statements, order confirmations, or sales promotions. To keep up, you may look through your inbox … more

Cybersecurity Month: Security Hints & Tips

Stay Safe on Social Media Many people use some form of social media, such as Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn. When using social media platforms, it’s important to be careful about … more

Cybersecurity Month: Security Hints & Tips

Unsafe Email Attachments Many people use email in their personal life and their workplace. You an get an email from your aunt with her stew recipe or an email from … more

Cybersecurity Month: Security Hints & Tips

Google Yourself With the internet and social media as a part of our everyday lives, it can be difficult to avoid sharing personal information online. Having an online presence can … more

🔒 Security Education: Phishing Alert 🔒

What is a Phishing Scam? Email phishing exploits trust using social engineering. It tricks users by: Posing as trusted sources. Urging the revelation of sensitive details. Tempting with malicious links … more

🚨 Victim of a Scam? Immediate Actions to Take 🚨

Being scammed is unsettling, but prompt action can minimize its impact. You’re NOT Alone; SVA Privacy Office is here for you. Contact us if you believe you’ve been a victim … more

Common Scams, Suggestions & Resources

Social Engineering/Phishing Social Engineering is the malicious act of tricking someone into doing something by using their emotions and confusing their decision-making process. The most common scam social engineers use … more

Fraudulent Unemployment Claim Scams

COVID-19 combined with a string of large, high-profile cyber-attacks in recent years has led to an unprecedented increase in the filing of fraudulent unemployment claims nationwide, leaving employees and employers … more

IRS warns university students and staff of impersonation email scam

The Internal Revenue Service today warned of an ongoing IRS-impersonation scam that appears to primarily target educational institutions, including students and staff who have “.edu” email addresses. The IRS’ phishing@irs.gov has received … more

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