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Contact Us

RIT Information Security Office

Location Information Security Office Ross Building 10-A201
Mailing Address 151 Lomb Memorial Drive Ross 10-A201 Rochester Institute of Technology Rochester, NY 14623-5608 Phone: (585) 475-4122, (585) 475-4123 Fax: (585) 475-7920

Staff Directory











Jim Moore

Senior Information Security 

Forensic Investigator

ROS 10-A202


Ben Woelk

ISO Program Manager ROS 10-A204

(585) 475-4122

General Inquiries ROS 10-A201

(585) 475-4123

Fax: (585) 475-7920

Support Contacts at RIT

The following organizations support the general community at RIT. Some colleges and departments have their own support organizations. In those cases, you should contact your local support organization first. Depending on the issue, your systems administrator may direct you to a different organization.



ITS Service Desk (everyone)

Gannett Building (7B), Room 7B-1113 Voice: (585) 475-HELP TTY: (585) 475-2810 Submit an online help request to for more information visit

Resnet (on-campus residents only)

Nathaniel Rochester Hall (43), Room 1034 Voice: (585) 475-2600 TTY: (585) 475-4927 for more information visit

Information Security Council Contacts

Click here for the complete list of individuals in the Information Security Council 

Reporting an Incident

Please review the requirements on the Computer Incident Handling page, and report the incident using the link furnished there. 

Standards Process

Policy Creation and Approval

Institute policies are created and approved through a shared governance process. A further description of this process can be found on the Academic Senate, Staff Council and Student Government websites. 

Standards Creation and Approval

In 2005, the RIT shared governance organizations approved the Information Security Policy which vested the Information Security Office with the role of leading the RIT community in the creation, approval and implementation of Information Security Standards.

  • Core Teams composed of subject matter experts meet to create draft standards that are supportable and comprehensive.
  • The Information Security Council reviews and approves proposed standards. The Information Security Council is composed of representatives from across the University. The Information Security Council representatives also serve as coordinators in their departments to facilitate the implementation of standards

Standards Process Overview


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