The goal of Information Security is to protect the Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability of Charles Sturt University's Information Assets.
Everyone at CSU has a role to play in protecting university information.
DIT is currently seeing a spike in the number of phishing emails targeting staff. The emails purporting to be from DIT direct the recipient to a fraudulent site to harvest their CSU credentials and gain access to our systems.
For tips on what to look out for in identifying phishing emails, please check out Yammer
CSU is committed to ensuring university projects and initiatives are delivered with appropriate security and privacy considerations. DIT can assist your project with security risk assessment and management, secure coding advice, security testing and contractual agreements review.
To incorporate security in to your project, contact the IT Security team.
If you have any questions about Information Security at CSU, contact the IT Security team.
CSU ICT systems custodians are responsible for ensuring an information security risk assessment is undertaken for core strategic systems on acquisition or when significant usage or data structure changes occur.