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This is a quick reference table that shows the data sensitivity levels allowed in UO Collaboration tools.
This article is an introduction of Europe's General Data Protection Regulation for individuals in the states interested in compliance laws and data rights. Additional links are available for students or staff curious about the University of Oregon's data classifications and standards.
Security recommendations for iOS devices including iPads, iPhones, and iPods.
This article provides a high level overview of securing home networks with links to specific articles.
This procedure seeks to ensure that Learning Tool Integrations (LTIs) with the UO’s Academic Learning Management System (LMS) are appropriately assessed and documented to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data.
This article is a quick reference for how to handle, transmit and dispose of sensitive data.
Security best practices and guidelines for personally owned computers running the Windows operating system.
This article contains security recommendations for home Wi-Fi networks.
This article provides an overview of how to secure a personal mobile device.
Recommendations to secure an Android device.
Self-testing for SSL vulnerabilities can be performed via several methods. Each of these methods gives visibility into slightly different facets of the SSL configuration and posture of the server.