Before you require your students to use a tool not provided by ECU, be advised that these tools may not meet university standards.
ECU faculty, staff, and students have a responsibility to use materials in compliance with US Copyright law.
You must request permission from the Registrar to host (store) FERPA data.
Illegally downloading copyrighted music, movies and other protected material via file-sharing programs can cost you your network access.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) ensures the confidentiality, security, and integrity of our patients’ health information.
The ITPC committee ensures compliance with legal requirements governing Social Security Numbers (SSNs) and Personally Identifiable Information (PII).
The Information Resources Coordinating Council (IRCC) is the campus-wide committee charged with advising the Chief Information Officer on information technology at ECU.
Follow these IT Security procedures to keep ECU's data secure.
By establishing an accessibility and compliance program based on current trends in educational technology, learning platforms and web development, ECU is addressing the access needs of all students, faculty and staff.
IT Governance establishes the decision-making process, defines accountability, and identifies responsibility for technology across the university.
Follow these official ECU policies, rules and regulations as well as ITCS guidelines and requirements to ensure compliance with university, local, state and federal rules and laws.
Several technologies allow video and audio recording of staff, students and patients. ECU needs to demonstrate that it has permission from participants to include them in electronic media.
Microsoft Intune helps users balance data access with data security on a mobile device.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM).
Under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), individuals can request to see their personal information held by an organization.
Owners of content hosted on the ecu.edu domain are required to comply with all federal and state laws and applicable ECU policies. In addition, authors must comply with the five topics included in the Web Standards and Responsibilities page.