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Our CommitmentWe are committed to keeping the Information Security Center website and the discussions on our mailing list up to date and relevant.

As new products, tools, and services are released we will review them for use by the California Community Colleges. As new threats emerge, we will keep you up to date. We are looking for suggestions as well.

If you have any IS-related concerns or if you would like to volunteer for the Information Security Advisory Committee, please contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


Our services include training, vulnerability scans and server monitoring


The top information security priorities and our commitment to the CCC


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What We Do:

The California Community Colleges Information Security Center proactively assesses the information security needs of the system, and offers services to CCC campuses designed to maintain the integrity of information systems by:

  • Understanding CCC IS priorities
  • Offering free vulnerability scanning
  • Developing IS policies & procedures
  • Promoting IS awareness
  • Publicizing important IS information

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Top Stories

42K Records Compromised in EMCC Data Breach, Latest Hacking News, August 19, 2018

42K Records Breached at Eastern Maine Community College

An EMOTET malware attack targeting several computers exposed personal information of 42,000 former students and employees ... read more

Algonquin College Says More Than 111,000 Affected by Data Breach, Ottawa Citizen, July 16, 2018

More Than 111K Affected by Data Breach at Algonquin College

A security breach of servers housing personal information affected 111,499 students, alumni, and current and former employees ... read more

Ga. University Breach Risks Health, Personal Information of 417,000,, August 16, 2018

Ga. University Breach Risks Health, Personal Info of 417K

A breach of email accounts at Augusta University Health may have exposed sensitive health and personal information of about 417,000 people ... read more