The Office of Information Security works to reduce the impact of attacks against Ithaca College information systems, services, accounts, and our community. Working with partners across campus, we take a risk-based approach to provide guidance and manage a program of security measures that provide the most protective value relative to their associated cost, effort, and user impact.
Protecting Yourself Online
Information security is everyone's business and the Internet can be a dangerous place. Users must be aware of what they are accessing, how they are accessing it, and what information they are being asked for. Beyond those simple tasks users must also ponder how the information is stored, shared, and who has access to the information. Protecting your privacy when you use the Internet and other electronic resources is your responsibility, so take a few minutes to learn about ways to keep your privacy and identity secure, and your computer safe through our Knowledge Base articles:
Technology Use Policies
Behavior regarding the use of technology and computers is governed by the All College Computer Use policy, the College Web and Information Systems policy, the Wireless Network Policy, and the Student Conduct Code. Other policies include:
Information Security is located in Job Hall on the 3rd floor.