Guidelines are general recommendations or instructions that provide a framework for achieving compliance with one or more Policies. They use terms such as "should" and "should not" and are not by themselves enforceable. Guidelines are usually tailored to a specific technology or environment. As a result, Guidelines are reviewed and updated more frequently than Policy. Guidelines published by the Information Security Office go through a formal review process that includes review by Computing Services, the Departmental Computing Group and other University stakeholders identified on a case-by-case basis. The following are Guidelines published by the Information Security Office. If you have any questions, comments or concerns related to these Guidelines, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
|Guidelines for Appropriate Use of Administrator Access||1.0
|Guidelines for Bulk Email Distribution
|Guidelines for Copyright Violations
|Guidelines for Data Classification||1.0||09/15/2009||09/15/2011|
|Guidelines for Data Protection||1.0||09/15/2009||09/15/2011|
|Guidelines for Data Sanitization and Disposal (RETIRED)
|Guidelines for Instant Messaging Security and Usage
|Guidelines for Mobile Device Security and Usage
|Guidelines for Open Mail Relay Security
|Guidelines for Password Management||1.2||12/01/2007
|Guidelines for Proxy Server Security
|Guidelines for Recursive DNS Server Operations||1.1||02/27/2003
|Guidelines for Web Server Security
|Guidelines for Windows Administrator Accounts
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