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Encryption at RIT

Encryption at RIT

Several RIT Security Standards refer to ISO-approved encryption. ISO-approved encryption is divided into two categories: Preferred and Acceptable. Preferred encryption methods were chosen based on standard industry usage and their ability to support RIT business processes. RIT's current product is SentinelOne.

Preferred Encryption

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Purpose

Encryption Algorithms

RIT Security Standard

Comments

Network Connections (including web browsers)

TLS 1.1 or higher 

Web, Network

SSL is no longer secure. 

Laptop/Desktop Encryption

AES 256-bit is recommended, although AES 128-bit or higher

Keeping Safe

Keeping Safe: Guidelines and Best Practices

Not sure how to keep yourself, your information, and your devices safe? Click on the headings below for best practices, resources, and more; also be sure to check out our blog for more specific content, answers to your information security questions, and best practices guides!

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Subject Area

Comments

Securing your Computer

Free downloads and instructions to support the Desktop and Portable Computer Standard.

Mobile Devices

Learn how to

Requirements for Students

Requirements for Students

 

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Standard
When does it apply?

Desktop and Portable Computer Standard

Always

Password Standard

Always

Signature Standard

Always - All authentic RIT communications should include an appropriate signature as per the