This year is the 11th anniversary of National Cyber Security Awareness Month, a collaborative effort created between government and industry to guarantee everyone has the resources needed to stay safe online.
The online world has become a very important part of our everyday life. We work, learn, plan and play online all through the day and the actions that we take, whether we are connected to the Internet or not, often impact the whole online community. The campaign refers to... ...
Private Information Management Initiative (PIMI) Overview
The Private Information ManagementInitiative seeks to identify and reduce the amount of Private Information found on RIT computers and storage devices. Private information is information that is typically used to conduct identity theft and may include Social Security Numbers (SSNs), credit card numbers, driver’s license numbers, bank account information, etc.
Reducing the amount of Private Information (PI) will help safeguard the RIT community against identity theft and will help RIT comply with relevant state and federal laws.
Increase awareness of the importance of safeguarding all private information, not just SSNs
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,... ...