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Information Security

The University relies on IT systems and, to a lesser extent, manual procedures for handling and processing the information supporting many of its activities. Information that the University manages needs to be appropriately secured to protect against consequences of breaches of confidentiality, failures of integrity, interruption to availability and failure to comply with legal, statutory or regulatory requirements.

The core principles of information security are confidentiality, integrity and availability and it is vital that we are able to protect these values with regards to University information assets.