The UISO understands that Georgetown's IT professionals, including Systems and Network Administrators, face a unique set of security challenges. You are responsible for protecting and securing a variety of the university's information assets. Use this section of the UISO website to find out how to better protect the systems or servers, and other computing resources you work with, in order to ensure business continuity at Georgetown University.
University Information Security Office Services
- System Patching - When is the right time?
- Losing Your Laptop: Five Steps You Can Take
- Information Classification Examples
- Using Social Media for Work
- GU Server Registration Program
- Network Loss Notification Programs
- Server Registration Form
- Guides, Checklists & Best Practices
- Information for System and Network Administrators
- Password Management Tools
Security Information Evaluations
UISO performs the following evaluations. Click here for details.
- One on one review and consultation (faculty, staff and managers)
- Education and training (attend monthly Information Security Orientation Sessions)
- Systems reviews and scans
- Security consultations for the Systems Manager
- Review of grant submissions with Data Safety Monitoring plans
- Department/section data security consultations (form)
How can I learn more about protecting my information/data?
- What are my responsibilities to protect the activity and migration of electronic data? (1 hour training orientation)
- What is protected information?
- What should I know about HIPAA?
- How can I schedule a training, education seminar/forum/class?
- Email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org