DoIT is organized into four areas of focus: University Mission, Core Services, Enterprise & Information Security Services and Business Services. Click below to see details on the departments and leaders in each area.
Enterprise & Information Security Services
Two DoIT departments provide services that support the enterprise business systems and cybersecurity operations of the Division.
Notable DoIT Initiatives
IT initiatives & major upgrades
This collection of DoIT internal and university collaborative projects charts a new course for information technology at UW–Madison.
Women in IT
UW Women in IT (WIT) develops strategies to improve the recruitment, retention and advancement of women working in IT on campus.
IT Governance gives formal structure and process to IT decision-making about priorities, policies, budgets and effectiveness.
DoIT by the numbers
Faculty served by DoIT
University employees served by DoIT
Students served by DoIT
The number of DoIT employees
DoIT’s annual budget
Latest DoIT news & posts
Perspectives from Chief Information Security Officer Bob Turner: While COVID-19 has brought challenges, it also brings great opportunities to rethink the way we work. Continue Reading Looking for opportunity in COVID-19
A new COVID-19 related phishing campaign on has appeared campus, where the attacker impersonates UW–Madison leadership. Learn how to protect yourself. Continue Reading New COVID-19 phishing email impersonates campus leadership
With this new name, we are now seeking session proposals for the Cybersecurity Forward 2020 Conference. Deadline to submit: March 15. Continue Reading Call for Proposals: Cybersecurity Forward 2020 (formerly Lockdown)
Join the Office of Cybersecurity for a brown bag about the Qualys Vulnerability Management tool. Continue Reading Learn the basics of Qualys vulnerability scanning
From posting a picture of your puppy on Instagram to swiping your rewards card at Chipotle, the things you do every day create a trail of data you may not have intended to leave. Continue Reading Data Privacy 101: What’s your digital footprint?