7. Privacy and Confidentiality

University employees are the creators and custodians of many types of information. Such information may relate to students, employees, alumni, donors, research sponsors, patients and others. Employees are expected to comply with applicable legal, contractual, and policy obligations to maintain the confidentiality of such information, protect it from improper disclosure, and protect the privacy interests of individuals. To meet these responsibilities, University employees are expected to follow document preservation and retention guidelines, and maintain data security using electronic and physical safeguards.

Related Policies, Procedures and Guidelines

The following is a list of policies, procedures and guidelines related to this ethical principle – the list may not be all-inclusive of the related policies, procedures and guidelines.


Administrative Policy Statements [contact info]

Risk Management [contact info]


Related Training

Training is available online via the Skillsoft training tool. To get more information, log in to your campus employee portal, click on the NavBar, select CU Resources > Training > Start Skillsoft.

 

SEE ALL TRAINING RELATED TO PRIVACY AND CONFIDENTIALITY