Users must comply with all University policies and standards for the data to which they have been granted the ability to view, copy, generate, transmit, store, download, or otherwise acquire, access, remove, or destroy. Users must also meet any additional compliance requirements for data protection stipulated by various governmental, legal, or contractual entities.
Procedures on the Use of Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Tools No longer licensed.
Owners and overseers of the University’s information technology (IT) resources must take reasonable care to eliminate security vulnerabilities from those resources.
The University is committed to the privacy of individuals and to safeguarding information about individuals subject to limitations imposed by local, state, and federal law and other provisions described in the policies, standards, and procedures listed below. The University, as steward of public resources and electronic information, shall respond to requests for electronic information in an orderly manner consistent with state and federal law and the policies, standards, and procedures listed below.
We understand the need for flexibility in becoming compliant with the updated policies, so a new process has been developed to request exceptions to a policy, standard, or procedure. There must be a legitimate business reason and proof that any potential risks will be mitigated before placing an exception request.