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The University community is responsible for protecting our data. This includes:
To identify information that is considered confidential and to establish guidelines for the use of confidential information, refer to HR Policy 601: Treatment of Confidential Information for further details.
Good security practices minimize financial and regulatory/compliance risks. Privacy and protection of confidential information is a continued priority for the University.
It is important to choose good passwords or passphrases to make sure no one gets access to your private information. Visit the Good Password Practices for tips on how to create strong passwords and passphrases and how to keep them secure.
Security add-ons are additional applications to help further enhance your device’s security.
It is important to keep all of your devices and anti-virus applications updated. You can add program application update tools that will prompt you to install the latest updates by visiting the Updating Non-Operating System Software webpage.
Whether at home, work, or traveling, you should secure your digital environment and restrict access to confidential information.