Working securely online
As a university employee, you probably work with personal data. How can you make sure this information doesn’t fall into unauthorised hands?
8 simple steps to reduce the risk to privacy
We are all responsible for protecting people’s privacy. It’s your responsibility to process personal data as carefully as possible. Here are 8 simple steps to help you significantly reduce the risk to privacy.
Any loss of control over stored personal data constitutes a potential data leak. In most cases this concerns stolen (or lost) digital files, but a stolen (or mislaid) printed list containing personal data also represents a data leak. You must report all data leaks to the ISSC Helpdesk (tel. 8888). You should also report phishing or other forms of cybercrime.
Tools & tips for working securely
The tools & tips for working securely online provide information about how to encrypt files and which programmes are secure, as well as tips, such as that it’s better to use a pass phrase rather than simply a password.
Securing smartphones and tablets
Do you have a personal smartphone or tablet that you also use for work? Learn how to store files securely on your mobile device and protect confidential information.