960 KB | 3 files | DOC, PDF
Not only does your organization need to be proactive about preventing data loss, all information about intrusions and breaches must be shared across departments and partner organizations. This document outlines a set of policies on unauthorized access.
Computing and networking and other information technologies have become critical in support of most if not all Indiana University operations. This dependence has resulted in a very large, very diverse, and very complex technology environment, which in turn has resulted in a greater opportunity for intrusion attempts.
At the same time, much more data is being stored, accessed, and manipulated electronically, and as the risk to systems increases, the risk of unauthorized disclosure or modification of personal, proprietary, or institutional data is also increased. It is very important that everyone associated with providing and using these technology services is diligent in their administration and responsive to security threats. It is also important that information related to intrusions, attempted intrusions, or other such incidents are shared so the event can be recognized and perhaps avoided elsewhere.
This document, provided by Indiana University, outlines the university policy regarding the minimization of unauthorized access to the university's information technology infrastructure, unauthorized disclosure of electronic information and computer security. It discloses the:
This policy applies to all users of Indiana University information technology resources regardless of affiliation.
The attached Zip file includes:
This table outlines the top needs of each stakeholder group that can help guide your conversations on priorities and needs for the GRC program. ... More >>
This publication provides guidelines for establishing and participating in cyber threat information sharing relationships. ... More >>
This document provides recommendations and guidelines for enhancing trust in email, including transmission and content security recommendations. ... More >>