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These policies fall within the overarching ACD125: Information Security Policy which defines the boundaries of acceptable use of ASU computing and communication resources. The full policy can be found in the Academic Affairs Policies and Procedures Manual (ACD 125).
Arizona State University (ASU) provides centrally managed information technology services and resources to employees, students, and other affiliates for activities related to its mission of teaching and learning, research, and service. The University limits access to only those individuals and entities that are actively involved in supporting the institution’s mission and goals.
The purpose of this standard is to document the process of provisioning and de-provisioning access for ASU affiliates to University technology resources and services.
The ASU Information Security Policy establishes guidelines and standards for the preservation of the confidentiality, integrity and availability of University information resources, provides for the integrity of institutional processes and records, and supports the University’s compliance with state and federal laws, rules and regulations.
A firewall is a system comprised of hardware and software designed to protect the ASU network from untrusted systems and unauthorized users. In conjunction with effective security policies and administration procedures, and other internal firewalls, the border firewall is an important component of defense.
All user and server systems that utilize the University network are required to have a supported and current version of anti-virus in order to perform due diligence towards protecting University systems.
This standard documents the process of creating and administering Courtesy Affiliates of ASU.
This standard outlines the responsibilities and controls required for handling all University managed information in any form.
This document describes the Enterprise System Change Management Process for Technology Systems at Arizona State University (ASU).
This standard outlines the workflow, roles and responsibilities, and escalation provisions with respect to identifying and handling information security incidents at Arizona State University.
This document describes acceptable and prohibited uses of P2P software and protocols on ASU's network, University sanctions for prohibited uses, and responsibilities for compliance.
Documentation of ASU’s standard regarding the changing of passwords that are used to grant access to University resources.
The Patch Management Standards describes basic patch management expectations for University systems.
PeopleSoft data trustees have the responsibility to oversee the creation and maintenance of roles that perform business functions and access ASU data. They are also responsible for granting and revoking access to roles.
This document establishes guidelines for UTO to ensure the secure use of system accounts and administrator or privileged access rights.
This document outlines ASU’s approach for identifying and analyzing risk areas and taking corrective action in an effort to provide the most secure environment possible.
This standard establishes guidelines and standards for the preservation of the confidentiality, integrity and availability of University information resources associated with websites.
This standard outlines security related responsibilities and expectations for software development that occurs at the University.
This document describes the procedure to request an exception to one of ASU's published standards.
This document contains requirements for logging activities on High Risk and Confidential systems.
The purpose of this standard is to improve the security of ASU web applications by addressing threat modeling and security testing, web application criticality and the associated review process, the web application sign-off/approval process and recommended guidelines.