This section of the website contains links to tools and documentation specifically for use by administrators. Scroll to the bottom of the page to access these resources.
You are responsible for ensuring that all web resources, computers, servers, network devices, and any other types of computing devices that you support comply with all published standards.
You are also responsible for prompt reporting of computer incidents to the ISO in accordance with the Computer Incident Handling Standard.
The Server Standard provides requirements for server configuration and use at RIT.
A list of ISO-approved security assessment tools, HIPS programs, secure protocols, and a sample trespassing banner can be found in the Technical Resources
All servers (including production, training, test, and development) and the operating systems, applications, and databases as defined by this standard.
The standard does not apply to individual student-owned servers or faculty-assigned student servers for projects; however, administrators of these servers are encouraged to meet the Server Standard.
The RIT Information Security... ...
The Network Security Standard provides measures to prevent, detect, and correct network compromises. The standard is based on both new practices and best practices currently in use at RIT.
Please consult the checklist or the standard below for a complete list of requirements.
All systems or network administrators managing devices that:
Currently, personal network devices used on the RIT residential network (such as routers, switches, etc.) do not need to meet the Network Security Standard. However, the... ...
RIT has created a process for handling computer incidents to ensure that each incident is appropriately resolved and further preventative measures are implemented.
Incidents include the... ...