If you feel as though you have an incident where someone has “hacked” into your account of yours you should change your password immediately; if it is an SI-related account, then contact technical services; if it vendor-related, please contact Sherie Reynolds (Vender Relations), and document what lead up the event and any related events/observations.
If you have been hacked or your device has been compromised. Remember RICE.
Remove from the Internet (or put into Airplane Mode) or power off.
Inform Technical Services immediately (if company equipment)
Change your password(s) immediately.
Evaluation from technical expert.
If your iPhone is lost or stolen.
Notify Technical Services
Change your network password
iPhone try to access “Find my iPhone” located on icloud.com
Send an alert
If you have to wipe the device, do it; yes you lose the device, but the data is FAR MORE VALUABLE.
If your laptop/desktop is stolen/lost.
Notify Technical Services.
Change your network password.
File police report if applicable.
Check with the Lost & Found at the hotel, café, restaurant, airline, etc where you last saw it.
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