Secure Computing


Taking action to personally ensure computer security helps protect everyone from data and identity theft, viruses, hackers, and other threats. Every member of the Purdue community who uses a computing device can make Purdue’s computing environment more secure.

How to Request this Service

  • Submit your request using the "Purdue IT Request" button to the right for requests about tools for secure computing.

Report an Issue to notify support staff if a tool or process is not working as expected.

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Secure Computing Request
Secure Computing Request
Purdue IT Firewall Request
Request change to firewall configurations.