Contact Us


ITS Help Desk @ the Manila Campus,
Rm. 305, Gokongwei Hall, De La Salle University, 2401 Taft Avenue, 1004 Manila, Philippines


ITS Help Desk @ the Makati Extension Campus (MEC),
5/F, RCBC Plaza Tower II, 6819 Ayala Avenue, 1200 Makati City, Philippines


ITS Help Desk @ the Laguna Campus,
W401, Milagros del Rosario Building, LTI Spine Road, Brgys. Binan and Malamig, Binan, Laguna 4024, Philippines


IT Security

Information Technology Security these days are much more complicated as it covers a lot of topics from Network Security to Information Security Threats such as viruses and data security breaches.

The DLSU IT Center makes sure that its data center and all its systems are at its highest standard of information security.

Network Security

Network Architecture, Virtual Private Network (VPN), Intrusion Detection/Analysis, Wireless Security

Platform Security

OS security, Secure Data Storage, Vulnerability Management, Virtualization Security

Application Security

Email Security, Web Security, IM Security, Application Firewalls, Database Security, Secure Software Development, Securing Productivity Applications

Information Security Threats

Viruses, worms and other malware, Spyware, Adware and Trojans, Rootkits, Identity Theft and Data Security Breaches, Web Threats, Email and Messaging Threats, Emerging Information Security Threats.

E-mail Security: Digital Signatures

A digital signature is generated by your email software and your private key, working together. These electronic keys are clever: your message's signature can only have been generated by your private key, and it works according to internet standards (either SMIME or PGP), so the sending and receiving software can be different.

The SMIME standard is supported by Netscape Messenger/Mozilla/Thunderbird, and Outlook Web Access.

Web Site Security: Phishing Scams

On the Internet, phishing (sometimes called carding or brand spoofing) is a scam where the perpetrator sends out legitimate-looking e-mails appearing to come from some of the Web's biggest sites, including eBay, PayPal, MSN, Yahoo, BestBuy, and America Online, in an effort to phish (prounounced "fish") for personal and financial information from the recipient.

How can you avoid phishing scams?

  • NEVER respond to personal information requests through e-mail.
  • Visit web sites by typing the URL in the address bar.
  • Always check to make sure the web site uses encryption.
  • Check your credit card and bank statements regularly.
  • Report suspected abuse to proper authorities.