Section: Information Technology
Policy Number: 920Responsible Office: Information Technology
Effective Date: 5/1/19Revised: 5/1/19
Adherence to this policy ensures that all known systems, software, hardware, and information assets are protected according to their value and sensitivity to the University.
This policy only applies to St. John's University Information Technology (IT) department. Therefore, all University information systems may not be covered by this policy. Adherence to this policy helps safeguard the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the University’s information assets, and protects the interest of the University, its customers, personnel and business partners.
University computing resources are formally acknowledged, and ownership is assigned to maintain accountability to ensure a formal accounting of all known systems, software, hardware, and information assets and facilitate the protection of these assets according to their value and sensitivity to the University. The confidentiality, integrity and availability of the University’s physical and electronic information assets are safeguarded according to defined classifications.
St. John’s has an inventory of and manages all hardware and software systems:
The following are the definitions relevant to the policy:
The University reserves the right to audit networks and systems on a periodic basis to ensure compliance with this policy. Instances of non-compliance must be presented to and reviewed and approved by the CIO, the Director of Information Security, or the equivalent officer(s).
All breaches of information security, actual or suspected, must be reported to, and investigated by the CIO and the Director of Information Security.
Those who violate security policies, standards, or security procedures are subject to disciplinary action up to and including loss of computer access and appropriate disciplinary actions as determined by the University.
STD-AM-001 Technology Asset Inventory Standard
924 Asset Management Standards
922 Information Classification Policy