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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If the university and its community members don’t comply with Rule 4-004C: Data Classification and Encryption, they not only open the door for potential malicious attacks, they can also be held liable for not safeguarding the data.
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.
We're a 2021
As a Cybersecurity Awareness Month (CSAM) Champion, the University of Utah affirms its committment to promoting a safer, more secure, and more trusted internet today and every day.
Do your part — be cyber smart: Visit the 2021 Cybersecurity Awareness Month website.
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.
Up next: The Security Champs will meet on Wednesday, October 13, 2021, from 12:00-1:00 p.m. via Teams.
- 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.