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Do you know the classification of the CU data you manage?

Classifying or labeling CU data helps determine the security requirements necessary to keep it safe. Data classified as Highly Confidential and Confidential must be protected from compromise, such as unauthorized or accidental access, use, modification, destruction, or disclosure.

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Thank you to all the CU campuses for participating in this year’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month!

Visit 2022 Cybersecurity Awareness Month to learn new information and tips covered throughout October.

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Top 5 Policies and Standards to Know

IT Security Program
Serves as the core for the university's information security activities and provides general guidance

Data Classification
Classifying or labeling university information helps determine minimum security requirements necessary to keep it safe

Data Governance
Ensures university data is managed as a material asset (also see Data Management Group Process)

Systemwide Security Baseline Standards
Provides guidelines for selecting and specifying security controls for organizations and information systems

Systemwide High Impact Security Standards
Security standards and requirements for protecting highly confidential information when processed, stored, or transmitted.

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