The Office of Cybersecurity supports the CIO and the campus by leading and managing campus efforts to reduce risk. Strategies include appropriate handling of data, continued diagnostics, cybersecurity awareness training, and good processes and procedures to manage our intellectual property and other sensitive information.
IT asset reporting policy
- Establishes an IT asset reporting program which provides the framework, guidelines, and requirements for reporting accurate IT asset data at UW–Madison.
- Supports procurement, maintenance, security, and disposal operations, and assists with the identification of institutional IT spending.
- Informs IT strategic planning and provides data to identify and resolve Cybersecurity risks.
Cybersecurity news, scams
- January 9, 2024
- October 17, 2023
- More news
Scams & alerts
Strategies, initiatives & plans
2023-2025 Cybersecurity strategy
Malicious actors across the globe put UW–Madison’s data, systems, and digital assets at risk. To reduce our risk, UW–Madison’s Cybersecurity Strategy must also continually adapt and evolve.
The Endpoint Management & Security Project’s overarching purpose is to identify, procure and implement a common set of efficient and effective solutions before January 1, 2020.
Self-attestion for firewall administrators
It is imperative that we remain secure behind a firewall (both physical and virtual) with proper Palo Alto infrastructure configuration. With this in mind, the team has developed a comprehensive self-attestation plan for firewall administrators.