Information Security

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Know Who is Responsible for TU Data

[Faculty, Staff and Students] Review the linked webpage to understand better the terms and conditions under which TU employees, students and other affiliates may access and use university data. Addressed roles include Chief Information Officer, Data Trustee, Data Steward, Data Governance Committee, University Data Custodian, Application Data Custodian and more.

Prevent Readers from Editing and Printing Your PDF Document

[Students, Faculty & Staff] Change the security options of a PDF document to prevent the user from making changes and/or printing.

Understand the TU Data Classification Standard

[Faculty, Staff and Students] Review the linked webpage to understand better how TU data are classified and organized in support of data security handling requirements. The page describes three categories of data — Public, Protected and Confidential — and provides references to FERPA, HIPAA, PCI and PII.

Use Spirion to Scan Your Computer for Personally Identifiable Information (PII)

[Faculty and Staff] Spirion is software scans both laptop and desktop computers to reveal personally identifiable information (PII), such as social security, credit card, driver’s license, passport and bank account numbers. Learn how to scan your computer to detect and fix PII vulnerabilities.

What is Spirion Identity Finder?

[Faculty and Staff] Spirion Identity Finder is software that scans your computer for Personally Identifiable Information (PII). If PII is found, Spirion Identity Finder provides a way to protect it.