Plain English Guide to the Information Security Policy
RIT has issued an Information Security Policy. The Policy provides the strategic direction needed to implement appropriate information safeguards for RIT information and the Institute network. This Plain English Guide provides explanation and illustration of the Policy and is provided as an aid to help you understand and implement the requirements of the Policy. The Policy itself is authoritative. The policy is effective immediately.
Why did RIT issue the policy?
The Policy authorizes RIT to take reasonable measures to protect RIT information and computing assets in an age... ...
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.