Below are the University of South Carolina's information security standards.
Data Loss Prevention
Per UNIV 1.51 and the Data Loss Prevention Operational Standard, DLP has been approved
as a framework for the University of South Carolina's implementation and us of DLP
technology.The Scanning and Notification Schedule is provided to allow greater transparency
into the schedule of routine DLP scans.
Data Security Sharing Request
A Data Security Sharing Request (DSSR) is a data exchange approval process. It focuses
on the security aspects of the request and highlights important security topics. Departments
and Organizational Units (OU) use this process to request data access from Data Stewards.
The list of imaginable threats–and possible countermeasures–is limitless. However,
resources to address them are not. The University Information Security Office values
practical, evidence-based solutions. The Minimum Security Standards are a result of
Payment Card Industry
Per Policy UNIV 1.51, the PCI Cryptographic Key Management Standard, PCI Penetration
Testing Standard, and PCI Vulnerability Scanning Standard have been approved by the
Data Administration Advisory Council.
Project Management Security Checklist
This checklist is an essential tool for project managers. It helps identify key security
roles and details security steps to address during the project.
Per Policy UNIV 1.51, this Vulnerability Management Standard has been approved by
the Data Administration Advisory Committee (DAAC) as a framework for the identification
and remediation of vulnerabilities that could impact the university's data, systems,