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Miami University guideline provides protection to the Miami community and our electronic mail sources from unauthorized use of broadcast or bulk email messaging
Miami University blocks P2P ports to eliminate network/Internet disruptions. Some reasons involve technology; others do not. EDUCAUSE provides a list of legal alternatives to P2P file sharing for music, movies, and TV shows at http://www.educause.edu/legalcontent
Miami University standard decreases the likelihood of a security incident and loss of confidential information as a result of a mobile device being lost or stolen
Miami University guideline provides protection of documents and records containing confidential information from unauthorized access or disclosure
Miami University complies with Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) in order to receive payment via credit or debit cards. PCI DSS requires that certain elements of how we store, process, or transmit payment card data be codified in policy
Miami University Institutional Analytics Information is readily accessible to members of the University community, while protecting confidential or sensitive information from accidental or unauthorized access
Miami University standard provides a consistent manner to identify the functional area responsible for a given object in the Active Directory, and to prevent collisions between objects in different organizational units
Miami University uses video surveillance technology to enhance campus safety and security and to help maintain an environment conducive to quality education, individual privacy, diversity, and freedom of expression
Miami University computing network (MUnet) users must change their MUnet passwords from the default, and then every 180 days or five years thereafter, depending on the complexity of the password provided