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All members of the University community are responsible for safeguarding the University's information and technology infrastructure, and for complying with applicable legislative and contractual obligations.

To support you in this task, we offer IT security policies, procedural and technical guidance, tools and methods to reduce risk, and procedures for addressing any issues that may arise.

Here, both technical and non-technical readers can expand their understanding of threats to information and systems, and of measures that each of us can take to counter these threats.

Questions should be directed to the University's Senior Advisor for Information Security, Anthony Scaturro, at

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Visit our "Security News and Views" section for information about current security-related issues.

When you travel internationally, the information that is stored on your laptops, tablets, phones and other mobile devices, and any University-based information that is accessible through those devices are at increased risk of being compromised.  We have developed a web page, entitled "Technology Guidelines for International Travel," that provides you with things you should consider and do before, during and after your travels to help you improve your defenses against compromise.