IT Managers March 3, 2010 IT Managers PLEASE Set your phones/pagers to Silent Mode Agenda IT Updates IT Managers Board Elections in April Data Access - Kevin Taylor VMWare workshop - Jon - Mindy Feb. ITC report - Damien Hanks February 11, 2010 ITC Update
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Set your phones/pagers to
IT Managers Board Elections in April
Data Access - Kevin Taylor
VMWare workshop - Jon - Mindy
Feb. ITC report - Damien Hanks
E-Mail for Official Employee Communications
In February 2008 ITC established that email can be used as an official means of communication
February 2010 ITC approved the formation of a working group to facilitate adopting email as the official means of communication
This group will explore issues related to email delivery, privacy and access. Recommendations to be made to ITC on how to proceed
Data Classification Rule
ITC approved a proposal to adopt a new data classification scheme:
New scheme will enable the Information Security and Privacy Office will be better able to write new policies and rules based on a clear data classification
There is an example Classification Rule on page 24 of the ITC meeting materials (http://www.it.utah.edu/leadership/committees/ITC/materials/ITC.Feb10.pdf)
Current password length and complexity requirements:
Passwords must be changed every 180 days.
Passwords must be at least 8 characters. The first 8 characters of a password must not be the same as the first 8 characters of your previous 6 passwords.
Passwords may not contain quotes (", ' ) or backslash (\, /) characters, repeated or reversed patterns, and personal information (such as SSN and license plate number).
For systems with “restricted” or “sensitive” data, additional complexity requirements:
a special character (e.g., !@#$%^&*).
Upon implementation, a password strength indicator will be added to the CIS password page to help users understand their password strength.
When: Thursday, March 18, 2010 1:00 PM-4:00 PM
Where: Dumke Conference room in EBC
What: VMware VDI - View 4
Introduction to View 4
Did U Know? - NextG Project- Syndi Haywood
IT Highlight – IMS
ISO – David Feyler
Backup solutions – Discussion
Jeff Folsom – Marriott Library - BackupPC
Nelson Beebe – Mathematics - AMANDA
Brett Tarbox – UIT/ITS - Symantec
Eric Eberle – Geoscience - Backup Exec 12.5 with Desktop and Laptop Options
Richard Glaser – Marriott Library - BRU - Backup Bouncer
Jon Ross – Business - Tivoli Storage Manager
Irvin Allen – CHPC - Arkeia Network Backup
Will Aoki – UMNH - AMANDA