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, and good processes and procedures to manage our intellectual property and other sensitive information.
UW–Madison Web Conferencing Technology Use Policy
- Replaces the Provisional UW–Madison Online Collaboration Session Recording Policy.
- Reduces technical, legal, privacy, and reputational risk that could impact UW–Madison’s operational mission (e.g., instruction, research, outreach).
- Supports compliance with applicable legal, contractual, and institutional obligations in order to meet the need for safe and secure use, recording, archiving, or rebroadcasting of interactive conversations, lectures, laboratory sessions, or other web conferences.
CISO, news, scams
The CISO perspective
- January 20, 2021
- January 5, 2021
- More from the CISO
Initiatives, strategies & plans
Supporting UW–Madison faculty, staff, and researchers with compliance in five regulatory categories impacting protected and sensitive data. (HIPAA, GDPR, CUI, GLBA and PCI-DSS)
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.
Multi-Factor Authentication adds an extra layer of security that requires an individual to verify their identity using something that only they possess — for example, a smartphone or token.
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