Encryption Policy for Sensitive Data
New university policy requires encryption of some computers.
A new policy to protect sensitive information on University of Louisville computers and information storage devices took effect March 1.
New university policy requires encryption of some computers
The policy requires such information as identifiable medical and health records; grades and other enrollment information; credit card, bank account and other personal financial information; social security numbers; proprietary research data; dates of birth (when combined with name, address and/or phone numbers); and user IDs when combined with a password to be encrypted.
See this UofL Today article for more information.