What is the Private Information Management Initiative?
The Private Information Management Initiative (PIMI) is a program where the RIT Information Security Office helps RIT faculty and staff scan their computers and attached drives to determine if they contain private information (PI). When PI is found, each RIT faculty and staff member is responsible for remediating the private information by scrubbing or shredding the files.
The program also includes destruction of paper files containing nonessential PI.
The Web Standard provides measures to prevent, detect, and correct compromises on web servers that host RIT Confidential information or use RIT Authentication services. The standard includes configuration and documentation requirements.
Current Web Security Standard (reflects 2015 operational transition, supersedes previous version, comply by 1/23/15)