Configuration settings and other requirements related to authentication.
Division of the Chief Information Officer (DotCIO)
The Division of the Chief Information Officer (DotCIO) provides IT services for teaching, learning, and research and is responsible for developing and maintaining the Rensselaer information infrastructure.
Review practice agreed between Procurement and Information Security.
Cyber citizenship refers to what it means to be a participant in the online or cyber community, or to be a user of information networks and their resources. The Cyber Citizenship Policy outlines the rights, responsibilities, privileges, and prohibitions for members of the Rensselaer community when using information networks and their resources.
Security and access policy for the Rensselaer Data Warehouse and associated data marts.
Policy governing domain names under the rpi.edu hierarchy.
Defines appropriate use of campus electronic mail resources by Rensselaer personnel.
Requirements for end-user and server devices on Rensselaer's network.
Establishes standards for the configuration of laboratory computers for secure, reliable, and safe operation; and to ensure compliance with applicable contracts and regulations.
Guidelines on how defined categories of data should be stored, transmitted, and communicated to others.
Rensselaer’s Information Technology Security Policy states that the protection of Rensselaer information
systems and equipment, and the information they contain, is a responsibility shared by all members of
the campus community. All members of the Rensselaer community are required to report information
security incidents or suspected incidents within the scope of this procedure.
Rensselaer is committed to the protection of all Information Security Assets owned or controlled by Rensselaer. This policy enables Rensselaer personnel to deal with a suspected or identified Information Security Incident in accordance with applicable data laws and regulations. It defines the way to address Information Security Incidents through appropriate Incident Response and to clearly define roles and responsibilities.
The core principles and overall framework for information stewardship at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
To ensure that the history of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is documented, the preservation and accessibility of its official papers are essential.
Interlibrary Loan and Document Delivery tries to obtain published materials that are not part of Rensselaer Libraries' collections for Rensselaer faculty, staff, and students, as well as for researchers affiliated with the Rensselaer Technology Park.
The purpose of this policy is to establish guidelines for device encryption at Rensselaer to protect confidential and sensitive information from unauthorized access, theft, and loss.
General guidelines and specific recommendations for the protection of the Institute's information technology resources and the information they contain.
Information gathering tool. IT service providers are subjected to a risk assessment as part of the procurement process.
Management of information security vulnerabilities on any device that comprises or connects to Rensselaer information systems, communication resources, or networks.
Materials-borrowing policies that apply to the Architecture and Folsom Libraries, the Institute Archives, and any Special Collections.
Building use policies which apply to both the Folsom and Architecture Libraries.
Policies and guidelines regarding use of the Institute Archives and Special Collections materials.
Rules and guidelines for obtaining audio, visual, and other media support services.
General rules and guidelines for provisioning network services and Internet access.
Provides guidelines for the preservation of the Institute's business records.
Policy governing access to the Research Data Warehouse.
Policy regarding the use of Voice Over IP internet telephones via the Rensselaer campus network.
Helpful references and resources for creating and maintaining online content and functionality that is accessible to persons with disabilities.
Rensselaer is committed to ensuring equal access to information, programs, and activities through Rensselaer information technologies, web pages, web-based applications, operating system-based applications, online instructional content, services, and resources for all its constituencies. Accessibility considerations cover a broad spectrum of disabilities including not-so-obvious things like color blindness, dexterity limitations, and attention disorders.
The standards and guidelines Rensselaer follows to protect the privacy of information implicitly or explicitly provided by visitors to Rensselaer websites.
Policy for using wireless technologies and assigns responsibilities for the deployment of wireless services and the administration of the wireless radio spectrum.