Stanford Information Security Office
The Stanford Information Security Office (ISO) maintains a trove of information related computer, data and network security at the Stanford IT webpage.
Included on this page are links to:
- Watch Information Security Awareness Video This is a very well done primer on Information Security for all the Stanford community.
- Risk Classifications: This describes Data, Server, and Application risk classifications. The University's Data Risk Classifications are a large and growing component of research data management as they describe what methods for storage and analysis are allowed both by policy and law.
- Encryption Requirement: This explains the current computer encryption requirement and mandates at Stanford.
In order to access certain Stanford assets including secure data storage and library resources, a VPN connection may need to be made with the campus network to identify yourself as a Stanford affiliate.
The Data Management Services group at the Stanford University Libraries has put together some information regarding the sharing of sensitive data as a regular part of scholarly publishing.