As part of the university’s continuous efforts to keep data
secure, University Technology Services (UTS) would like to share
some useful tips to keep your information secure. It is important
for employees to consider the information they are collecting and
where that information is being stored to avoid a breach of data or
systems. The following tips will help you safeguard the information
you are collecting.
There are instances in which e-mail with a “@saintleo.edu”
e-mail address can be mistakenly caught in the spam filter. Usually
this happens because the e-mail originated from an external source
and not the Saint Leo account. In some cases these are valid
e-mails, for instance:
If you are unsure about the validity of an e-mail caught in your
spam filter, call the sender to verify the e-mail is legitimate or
view the file from within the spam filter.
If you see your own e-mail address in the “From” field do not
release it. There are numerous spam phishing techniques in which an
e-mail will be sent to you using your own e-mail address in the
For tips and information about how to keep your computer secure
and how to safeguard information, please visit the updated Information Security web page.
This page is updated on a regular basis, so please check it
often for the most recent information.
For more information, contact the Help Desk at (352) 588-8888 or