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Recent T-Mobile Customer Data Breach

We can confirm that no personal employee data is provided to T-Mobile by NSU for any users who use an NSU provided phone. 
For any of you who are T-Mobile personal account customers (not related to your NSU provided phone), your personal data may have been compromised.T-Mobile should be contacting you with their official recommendations soon if your account was one of those breached. In the meantime, we recommend the following:
  • First, if you still have an active personal account with T-Mobile, change your T-Mobile account password and security PIN immediately. 
  • Second, if the password you used for your personal T-Mobile account is a password that you also use elsewhere on other online accounts, change those passwords, as well. 
  • Third, enable two-factor or multi-factor authentication on every online account you can. 
This incident illustrates the elevated risks that we all face as we navigate the technology solutions we all use day-to-day. By practicing good cybersecurity hygiene, we can each help to keep ourselves safer, as well as reduce the impact of these kinds of incidents in future.

WHO TO CONTACT: For any question or concerns, please contact

The Information Security Department, within the Office of Innovation and Information Technology, has the responsibility for assuring the confidentiality, integrity and availability of NSU Florida's data.

The department works in collaboration with all colleges and schools within NSU to ensure that policies and procedures are appropriate and that faculty and staff are aware and complying.

Security Awareness Videos


Password Management Demo | Access on Vimeo


Pretexting Demo | Access on Vimeo


Please click on the links below to view our security awareness videos:

Video screenshot with text stating, "Never use the same password you use to log into your NSU email on other websites."

Security Awareness Video Series: Password Safety


Video screenshot with text stating, "Be wary of any email that attempts to scare you into clicking a link or opening an attachment."

Security Awareness Video Series: Phishing and Spam

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