Information & IT Policies

University-wide IT Policies

University-wide IT policies apply to all users of Indiana University information technology resources regardless of affiliation, and irrespective of whether those resources are accessed from on-campus or off-campus locations.

PolicyName
IT-01Appropriate Use of IT Resources
IT-02Misuse and Abuse of IT Resources
IT-03Eligibility to Use IT Resources
IT-07Privacy of Electronic Information and Information Technology Resources
IT-07 Frequently Asked Questions
IT-11Excessive Use of IT Resources
IT-12Security of IT Resources
IT-12.1 Mobile Device Security Standard
IT-18Network and Computer Accounts Administration
IT-19Extending the University Data Network
IT-20Wireless Networking
IT-21Use of Electronic Mail
IT-28Cyber Risk Mitigation Responsibilities
ISPP-24Web Site Privacy Notices
ISPP-24 Frequently Asked Questions
ISPP-26ISPP-26 Information and Information System Incident Reporting, Management, and Breach Notification
ISPP-27ISPP-27 Privacy Complaints

 

For more information about information and information technology policy administration at IU, see the Policy Administration Process Summary.

Other Policies

PolicySource
Mutual Non-Disclosure StatementUniversity Purchasing/Counsel
Indiana University "Whistleblower" PolicyIndiana University
Sale of Computer EquipmentUniversity Purchasing
Disposal & Redistribution of University Property - for secure disposal of computer mediaUniversity Purchasing
Responsibility for Banking/ACH/Credit Card TransactionsOffice of the Treasurer
Anonymous Reporting HotlineInternal Audit
Release of Student InformationStudent Enrollment Services
Risks of Potential Identity Theft in the Use of Stored-Value and Payroll DeductOffice of the VP and Chief Financial Officer

Data Management Policies

Data Management policies are issued by the Committee of Data Stewards.

PolicyName
DM-01Policy for Management of Institutional Data
Standards for Management of Institutional Data
DM-02Disclosing Institutional Information to Third Parties

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