The Information Access & Protection (IAP) Standard provides requirements for the proper handling of information at RIT.
The standard classifies information into four categories: Private, Confidential, Internal, and Public.
Private information is information that is confidential and which could be used for identity theft. Private information also has additional requirements associated with its protection (e.g., state and federal mandates). Examples include:
Social Security Numbers (SSNs) or other national identification numbers
Driver’s license numbers
Financial account information (bank account numbers, checks, credit or debit card numbers), etc.
Document Destruction Activities provide a focused opportunity for RIT faculty and staff to archive securely or dispose of paper records that contain private information. Private Information includes financial account numbers, social security numbers, driver’s license numbers and other information that can be used in identity theft. Participation in this activity will enable RIT to secure Private Information that could otherwise be used to facilitate identity theft. Document Destruction Activities are part of the RIT Private Information Management Initiative,... ...