Network & Security

AntiVirus

Antivirus

Last Updated: 07/02/2018

Overview

Antivirus/Anti-malware software helps keep the network clean and safe for all campus users.  The Desktop Engineering team maintains the central antivirus service that provides updates and reporting for all the enterprise antivirus clients.  If you have a university-owned machine, it should already have this software loaded and configured for you.

The current antivirus solution at Creighton is Kaspersky Endpoint Security 10 for Windows and Kaspersky Endpoint Security 8 for Macs.  If you have an older version, or are unsure, please open a ticket with the service desk to make sure you are properly protected.

If you have a personal device and would like to make sure it is protected, please see our list of recommended solutions for Personal Property below.

Get Started

Current faculty, student, or staff

To begin using the tool, sign in https://doit.creighton.edu/network-security/security/antivirus using NetID and BluePassword:

  • If you believe a Creighton owned computer does not have current antivirus software, call the Service Desk at 402-280-1111
  • Creighton does not provide antivirus software for personal (non-university owned) computers.  It is highly recommended that every computer be protected with antivirus.  Along with regular patching, security software is an important tool to preventing and containing malicious software.

Cost

Antivirus software is provided for free to CU students, faculty and staff from the providers below

 Additionally CU students, faculty and staff may purchase full featured software from one of the many vendors who sell this type of product. Some recommendations are listed below

How to get it

Current all CU faculty, student, or staff have access to Antivirus software with their NetID and BluePassword. Creighton owned computers should arrive with the Creighton system image pre-installed which will have Kaspersky Endpoint Security already configured. Creighton does not provide antivirus software for personal (non-university owned) computers. It is highly recommended that every computer be protected with antivirus. Along with regular patching, security software is an important tool to preventing and containing malicious software.

Help

For help contact the myIT Service Desk