In the course of your work for The Ohio State University, you may need to access institutional data that must be kept secure and confidential. To help you understand your responsibilities when handling institutional data, we encourage you to educate yourself by taking training that outlines the university's Institutional Data Policy. This training is recommended for all university employees and it is required annually for anyone with access to restricted data.
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In the course of your work for The Ohio State University, you will be given access to many types of information about university business and research, which is referred to as institutional data. As an institutional data user, you must be aware of the responsibilities entrusted to you in preserving the security and confidentiality of this information, as outlined in the Institutional Data policy (IDP).
Everyone who uses university data is responsible for ensuring it remains secure. We have recently changed the classifications on some data elements to better balance operational needs with security requirements.
If your role requires using restricted, private or internal data, please review these updated classifications to ensure you are taking appropriate measures to protect this information.
In the course of your work for Ohio State, you are given access to institutional data. As an institutional data user you must be aware of the responsibilities entrusted to you in preserving the security and confidentiality of this information.
Enterprise Security has been rolling out new, streamlined security measures to kick off FY15. You may have already seen the change to the university’s password policy, allowing all users to keep their passwords twice as long—now for 180 days!
Continuing to improve security for the university, Enterprise Security is implementing a new Information Security Standard as well as an updated Institutional Data Policy that includes new data classification matrices.