All members of the university community have a responsibility to protect the data generated, accessed, modified, transmitted, stored, or used by the university. , This requirement is irrespective of the medium on which the data resides or the means by which the data may be transmitted. Data is a critical asset of the university and it is the policy of the University of Central Florida to classify types of data in use at the university and to provide the appropriate levels of information security and protection. Members of the university community are responsible for implementing appropriate managerial, operational, physical, and technical controls for access, use, transmission, storage, and disposal of university, state, or federal data in compliance with this policy, as requested by the Information Security Office, University Compliance, Ethics, and Risk, and any applicable laws, regulations or policies.
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Faculty Senate Leadership
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