All About Encryption

The following section is all about encryption and how it affects you if you are storing University non-public data on your local PC or removable devices

Breach Reporting Procedure
This PDF from the CUNY Central site discusses the steps necessary when a breach in information security has occurred.

Encryption
Any computer on campus that houses sensitive or non-public University data is subject to encryption. Encryption ensures that this data is transformed using an algorithm to make it unreadable to anyone except those authorized to manage the information. Encryption provides a high level of protection on your computer or removable devices. Here is some information you should know about Encryption.

Private Information Advisory
This PDF explains what is private information and what security measures should be exercised in order to protect the private information of others as if it were your own.

Breach Reporting Procedure
This PDF from the CUNY Central site discusses the steps necessary when a breach in information security has occurred.

Private Information Advisory
This PDF explains what is private information and what security measures should be exercised in order to protect the private information of others as if it were your own.