The Revision of Information Services Regulations
The Ministry of Education has recently conducted an email social engineering drill. If you receive any suspicious emails (as shown in the image below), please do not open the email or click on any links or attached files.
Please also make sure to disable the email preview window and automatic image downloads in your email client to facilitate the achievement of the Ministry of Education's annual overall goals for the drill.
MINISTRY OF DIGITAL AFFAIRS Order is hereby given, for the promulgation of "Regulations of the Ministry of Digital Affairs for Promoting and Managing the Capability Assessment of Digital Economy-related Industry Professionals" (regulations shall be coming into force from 1st, January 2024)
Recently, the fraudulent group has been impersonating Chunghwa Post and sending false notifications for paying postage/customs fees or updates on parcel delivery addresses.
If you receive any suspicious emails (as shown in the image below), please do not open or click on any links or attachments.
Recently, there has been a surge in ransomware and malicious software attack incidents. Once a user's computer is infected with such malicious software, it could result in the encryption of all accessible files on the computer (including network drives and shared folders), rendering them inaccessible and unreadable. In more serious cases, an infected computer could also be utilized as a launching point for targeted attacks on other entities.
Using versions of Office that are no longer supported, or using Office on unsupported operating systems, may cause performance and reliability issues over time.
The following table shows upcoming end of support events that affect Office that you should be aware of.
We are excited to announce the release of the latest version (2.2.02) of YZU APP, now available for download. This update introduces several new features to enhance your app experience: activity check-in, accommodation application, self-organized roommates, and property inquiry.
- Google has rebranded G Suite for Education to Google Workspace for Education. With this rebranding, the free edition for Education will be renamed to Google Workspace for Education Fundamentals with the new storage policy.
- Schools and universities will get a baseline of 100TB of pooled cloud storage shared across all their users for free. This policy will go into effect in July 2022 for existing customers, which Google released in February 2021.