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Computing & Information Technology

Information Security

The University of Wisconsin Green Bay is dedicated to securing the information that is entrusted to it by our students and employees. Significant staff and financial resources are spent each year to maintain and improve the security posture of campus information technology (IT) systems. The role of information security staff is to endeavor to make campus computers, networks, servers, and the information they contain as secure as possible. Information security staff monitor IT systems for indications of illicit activity and respond and investigate reported data security breaches.

The responsibility of ensuring information security falls to every campus member who handles personal information whether it is their own information, or that of others. Information security staff are available to work with campus departments to improve the security of the information they are responsible for.


The following links and pages provide additional information on topics related to information security:
Acceptable Use Policy - Student
Acceptable Use Policy - Employee
Acceptable Use Policy - Guests
Information Security Program

Federal Tax Return Fraud

Federal Tax Return Fraud Information

Awareness & Training:

Phishing Information

Copyright Infringement Information:

Copyright Infringement Information
Copyright Infringement Handling Procedures
Copyright Information at the Cofrin Library
File Sharing Information (shared with permission from UW-Madison)

Payment Card Industry (PCI):

Department Guidelines
Employee Confidentiality Agreement

Any questions concerning the above policies can be directed to the Information Technology Security Office via email.