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SECURITY HANDBOOK 2 UH IT SECURITY HANDBOOK
 

Summary: SECURITY HANDBOOK
FALL 2009
2 UH IT SECURITY HANDBOOK
Mission Statement:
IT Security is responsible for developing security best practices,
coordinating security issues, conducting investigations and working within IT
and other campus departments to minimize security risks and assure
compliance with security policies and procedures.
What do we do?
The University of Houston relies heavily on computers and the data residing
on those computers. A system of security controls exists to safeguard these
assets. While it is the responsibility of the information resource owners,
custodians, and users to comply with TAC 202, GLB Act, FERPA, PCI,
HIPAA, and other federal requirements, Information Technology Security is
available to provide counsel and guidance to assist in the assurance of the
confidentially and integrity of information resources.
Services We Offer:
Development of IT Security Policies & Procedures
Guidance on IT Security Best Practices, Design and Architecture
Security Risk Assessments

  

Source: Azevedo, Ricardo - Department of Biology and Biochemistry, University of Houston

 

Collections: Biology and Medicine; Environmental Sciences and Ecology