It's everyone's job to help protect the University's information resources

Information Security

Information Security has three main principles: confidentiality, integrity and availability.

  • Confidentiality means that information is only available to those people for whom it is intended.
  • Integrity means that information can only be changed by those people who are authorised to do so, and that it is protected from accidental modification or deletion.
  • Availability means that the information is reliably available to those who have legitimate access to it.

Information Security is important because information is a key University asset. The availability, integrity and confidentiality of our information is critical for continued success. Robust Information Security policy and procedures strengthen our defences against the occurrence or resultant impact of any breach.

Contact IT Governance and Compliance for more information.