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Information Resources and Technology
Keeping your Information Safe
How do I keep my information safe?
Since your SacLink account provides access to so many campus services, it's vital to keep your account details private. See the tips below:
- Use a strong password
- Change your password often
- Never share your password with anyone
- Do not log into SacLink on a computer that you do not trust
- Do not let web browsers save/remember your password
When is data disposed of at Sac State?
Data is destroyed as a standard procedure when a computer is donated, sent for recycling or transferred to a new user.
Who is in charge of data disposal?
The Hardware and Software Support Group is responsible for enforcing and ensuring that the standard operating procedure for data disposal is followed by all the systems under Information Resources & Technology support. The Information Security and Policy office is responsible for approving the process that is carried out.
What is the procedure for data disposal?
The procedure can be found under the Tutorial.
Information Security - KB0010537 by Matthew Mills | Published:2016-04-07 | Updated:2017-09-07 15:38:39 | Views::2