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This broad-sweeping policy covers staff members' responsibilities for security the organization's equipment and data, as well as the organization's ownership and rights to electronic communications and other information.
Vanderbilt University's policy provides guidance for the appropriate use of information technology resources by Vanderbilt staff members to ensure that these systems are used in an appropriate, productive and lawful manner in accordance with all other Vanderbilt policies.
Information technology resources are provided to staff members for assistance with performing job responsibilities. Additionally, in some circumstances, this policy applies to communications and/or equipment not owned by Vanderbilt.
The policy includes staff member responsibilities regarding security of information, guidelines for communications outside of one's area of responsibility and the University's rights with respect to electronic communications transmitted via University systems.
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