The Information Security Office (ISO) continuously strives for daily operational excellence
to ensure the confidentiality, availability, and integrity of University of Utah
information technology systems and data through exploitation of appropriate security resources and best practices.
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The University of Utah and University of Utah Health are committed to safeguarding your privacy and personal data. Here's an overview of how the Information Security Office and the Information Privacy Office do that.
The former Army officer — who loves working among the Information Security Office's powerhouse employees, knocking down obstacles, and stargazing with his wife — says cybersecurity never takes a day off, driving him to learn and improve every day.
If everyone does their part — implementing stronger security practices, raising community awareness, educating vulnerable audiences, or training employees — our interconnected world will be safer and more resilient.
tips & resources
You realize it a moment too late: You fell for a malicious email, clicked a bad link, and entered your password on a suspicious site. You’ve just been phished! Now what?
If you click on a questionable link and enter login credentials, immediately change your password in the CIS portal — and in any personal accounts that may be compromised.
The University of Utah is a 2021 Data Privacy Day Champion, dedicated to empowering individuals and encouraging businesses to respect privacy, safeguard data, and enable trust.
The Information Security Office is looking for engaged, enthusiastic Security Champs to help us strengthen university-wide information security risk management through education and collaboration.
- Report a security incident
- Report phishing to email@example.com
- U of U Policy 4-004: Information Security Policy — Questions? Contact ISO-GRC@utah.edu.
- Org chart: ISO comprises four areas — Enterprise Security; Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC); Identity & Access Management (IAM); and Security Assurance.