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Requirements related to Information Technology-related incidents including data breach (or possible data breach), misuse of equipment/applications/data, loss of University-owned equipment, or related.
To provide guidance for individuals and units on responsibilities for managing suppliers of Information Technology (IT) services, software, and systems. To manage risk to university information and other assets by creating clearer communication and understanding between vendors and University staff. To define required security controls monitoring activities.
To guide University Constituents in preserving the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of University information and information systems. Access controls are intended to minimize inappropriate exposure of University information by limiting system access to authorized individuals.
The Access Control Policy states the University's strong interest in preserving the integrity, confidentiality, and availability of University information and information systems. Access controls are intended to minimize inappropriate exposure of University information by limiting system access to authorized individuals. Adherence to this policy minimizes risk to the University resulting from unauthorized use of resources.
This policy defines the framework upon which the University information security program operates and gives direction for Information Security-related Policies, Standards, and Procedures to address specific areas of operation.
Given the risks associated with information security incidents, as well as implications for the University's compliance with federal and State regulatory requirements and the terms of certain grants and contracts, unit heads must be aware of information security issues and of their responsibilities for mitigating those risks. Information Security Liaisons from each unit offer significant security support and improve the University's capabilities.
The University has obligations to ensure integrity and accessibility of records, and security of sensitive University information that may be sent or received via email. This policy advises individuals of their obligations to use only their University email account and not personal email accounts for University business and to manage the records resulting from that use in accordance with applicable policy, standards, and procedures.
Some University business units operate their own email systems. Email accounts used to conduct the business of the University require that appropriate security, backup, and records-retention measures be in place. Departments may host or contract for separate email systems using either unc.edu sub-domains (such as "physics.unc.edu") or entirely separate domains (such as "unclatindepartment.org"). This Policy addresses requirements for these units.
Adherence to the procedures outlined below will streamline the handling of Information Security Incidents and minimize the timeframe during which Sensitive Information and Mission-Critical Resources exist in a vulnerable state.
The Onyen (originally, the "Only Name You'll Ever Need") is a campus-wide identifier used to gain access to various electronic resources. The Onyen provides each University user with secure access and ensures proper authentication when used in accordance with this policy.
Failure to protect information through the use of strong passwords/pass-phrases and additional authentication methods may result in incidents that expose sensitive information and/or impact mission-critical UNC-Chapel Hill services. This Standard outlines minimum requirements for authentication mechanisms for information systems under the University's control and password strength and other requirements for accounts on University systems and accounts that use University data.
The goal of Information Technology (IT) change management is to increase awareness and understanding of proposed IT changes across the University and ensure that all such changes are made in a thoughtful way that minimizes negative impact to IT systems, services, users and other customers.
This standard defines the minimum security controls for Information Technology systems in use at UNC-Chapel Hill including personal and University-owned devices. Units within the University may apply stricter controls to protect information and systems in their areas of responsibility. The standard applies to each UNC-Chapel Hill Constituent, student, employee, or other for any covered system under their control.
This standard is intended to represent a minimum baseline for managing vulnerabilities on any UNC-Chapel Hill system required by the UNC-Chapel Hill Information Security Controls Standard to be scanned for vulnerabilities.
Protected Health Information (PHI) and Sensitive Information (SI) that is transmitted or received on behalf of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by any Constituent must be encrypted in accordance with this Standard, which details required minimum encryption standards for University Tier 2 and Tier 3 information. Particular transmissions may require a heightened encryption requirement or consideration of additional legal or policy requirements.