Use of the School's IT equipment and network is governed by the following rules and policies: University Regulations for Computer Use; University Information Security Policy; School Information Security Policy.
We appreciate that this is a lot of information to read through and that real world adherence to such policies is sometimes difficult to achieve. However, in the event of an information security incident the ramifications for you and the University could be significant. It is not a defence in law to say that you are unaware of the policies by which you are bound.
If you are working with personal data or other sensitive data types and have any questions of concerns, please email email@example.com and we will be happy to help.
Please do not change or move any of the computers or give your credentials to other users. If there is software that is essential to your work that you do not have please raise it with your unit IT Committee representative so that demand can be captured:
ISCA: Kate Atherton; ICEA: Diana Delamer; COMPAS: Nathan Grassi; InSIS: Antonella Surdi; Human Sciences: Sarah-Jane White.
Data Storage and Backup: All staff and students are allocated secure space on the Anthropology server (your home drive usually 'N' or 'H'). This is backed up nightly. Please use these network drives when using department computers. The hard disks in the computers are not backed up.