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News Item 20 Minutes with Bruce Edwards on securing sensitive data
 
News Item Short Required Information Security Survey - and Chance to Win a NetBook!
UofL must comply with numerous information security related laws and regulations. An Information Security Risk Assessment is one of the expectations of many of these laws and regulations.
News Item Information Security Policies and Standards Approved
Consistent university Information Security policies and supporting standards provide a common approach to compliance, regulatory and operational requirements and support the university in its research and academic missions. UofL's completely revised Information Security Policies and Standards were approved by the Compliance Oversight Council on July 23, 2007.
News Item Encryption Policy for Sensitive Data
New university policy requires encryption of some computers.
News Item Fifth Annual Cyber-Security Awareness Week is coming the week of September 21, 2009!
 
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News Item Fourth Annual Cyber-Security Awareness Week was a BIG Success!
Mark your calendars for the Fifth Annual Cyber-Security Awareness Week in October 2009!
News Item Cyber-Security Awareness Week coming the week of September 29, 2008!
Join us during the fourth annual Cyber-Security Awareness Week! As part of the University's Information Security Awareness Program, the Information Security Office, in conjunction with the the Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost; the Office of the Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, the Office of the Executive Vice President for Research, the Office of the Vice President for Information Technology as well as faculty, staff and student volunteers is hosting the fourth annual Cyber Security Awareness Week. Click the link below for more information.
News Item University of Louisville Selects GuardianEdge to Protect Sensitive Data for Faculty, Staff, Doctors and Researchers
GuardianEdge, the leader in enterprise endpoint data protection, today announced that the University of Louisville has selected the GuardianEdge Hard Disk Encryption, Smartphone Protection and Device Control solutions to safeguard data for faculty and staff, doctors and researchers.
News Item Safe computing starts with knowing the rules of the road (InfoSec Bulletin #7 - August 25, 2008)
Safe computing practices help us focus on our studies, jobs and other computing activities. Following basic "rules of the road" for computing practices helps prevent data loss, theft and exposure of private or sensitive information. The university maintains information security policies and standards to help us "keep our eyes on the road" and our data safe.
News Item SECOND NOTICE Privacy, Security, and HSC Compliance Training
Effective October 15, the UL Privacy, Information Security, and HSC Compliance Offices will transition to Blackboard and will no longer utilize an external vendor for online compliance training. There will be no access to the Educode system after October 7 and the training in the Blackboard system will not be available until October 15.
News Item THIRD NOTICE Changes to Privacy, Security, and HSC Compliance Training
Effective October 15, the UL Privacy, Information Security, and HSC Compliance Offices will transition to Blackboard and will no longer utilize an external vendor for online compliance training. There will be no access to the Educode system after October 7 and the training in the Blackboard system will not be available until October 15, 2007.
News Item Privacy, Security, and HSC Compliance Training
Effective October 15, the UL Privacy, Information Security, and HSC Compliance Offices will transition to Blackboard and will no longer utilize an external vendor for online compliance training. All faculty, staff, students and affiliated personnel must complete their current training assignments before midnight October 7 in order to receive proper credit. Those individuals who fail to complete their training before this date will be assigned an entire module of new lessons for completion in the Blackboard system, which may be accessed on October 15.
Page Be Merry BUT Wary During the Holidays! (InfoSec Bulletin #6 - December 8, 2006)
 
Page Fight Back Against Identity Theft! (InfoSec Bulletin #5 - August 28, 2006)
 
Page Don't Get Scratched by the Scratch folder on the "I" Drive! (InfoSec Bulletin #4 - July 21, 2006)
 
Event Second Annual Cyber-Security Awareness Week (Belknap and HSC, from Oct 02, 2006 08:00 AM to Oct 06, 2006 05:00 PM)
Second Annual Cyber-Security Awareness Week and "Grill the ISO" Cookouts, the Week of October 2, 2006! As part of the University's Information Security Awareness Program, the Information Security Office, in conjunction with University IT, the Student Activities Board, the Office of the Provost, Office of the Executive Vice President for Health Affairs, the College of Business and Public Information's Computer Information Systems program as well as faculty, staff and student volunteers is hosting the second annual Cyber Security Awareness Week.
News Item It's Summer - A Great Time for Phishing!! Don't Get Hooked! (InfoSec Bulletin #3 - July 11, 2006)
 
News Item Why Should I Worry About Information Security? (InfoSec Bulletin #2 - June 29, 2006)
 
News Item Don’t let FERPA come back to bite! (InfoSec Bulletin #1 - May 22, 2006)
 
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