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.
Confidential information is information that is restricted to a need-to-know... ...
The Information Security Office provides Digital Self Defense training courses scheduled through the Center for Professional Development or by request. The program is divided into three courses: Introduction, Desktop Security Tools, and Information Handling. See below for more information about specific courses.
DSD 101 Introduction to Digital Self Defense
Do you know what it takes to stay safe online? Do you know how to protect yourself and other RIT people? Are you worried about your online privacy? Did you know your smartphone can be attacked?
Cybercriminals continue to devise new ways to attack us both at RIT... ...