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This is a list of frequently asked questions regarding the USNH Computer Quarantine effort to help keep the data of all USNH employees secure.
This article provides additional information for established and approved USNH endpoint management standards and policies.
This article contains information regarding Tenable Nessus, including an outline of data elements collected by Tenable Nessus agents, and serves as a privacy policy and justification for deployment. This article is for users and administrators of servers or endpoints that store, process, or transmit sensitive or restricted information.
This article contains information for the USNH community of procedures involving electronically stored information: information stored, processed, and/or transmitted with USNH technology resources.
Intended Audience: This article is intended for information technology service providers, data stewards, and persons authorized to access certain restricted and sensitive information.
This article explains how to report a cybersecurity incident for students, faculty, and staff. Reporting a cybersecurity incident is everyone's responsibility. Please be sure to report to your manager so that they can contact the Cyber Ops team via the relevant helpdesk at your campus or directly via .
This article provides USNH community members an introduction to the Federal Privacy law entitled Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). COPPA is a law that establishes a strict set of guidelines for online operations to protect the privacy of children under the age of 13.
Intended Audience: This article is intended for USNH administrators of websites or online services wherein a child under age 13 is providing personal information.
This article contains frequently asked questions about Basic and Modern Authentication. Microsoft is phasing out Basic Authentication support starting on October 1, 2022. ET&S has been assisting users to transition away from Basic Authentication for several months and provides these instructions to help student and staff continue to have access to email and other services after Microsoft makes this change. This article is for students, faculty, and staff at USNH.
Protecting university data in SharePoint and OneDrive is everyone's responsibility. By following these guidelines and taking proactive measures, we can safeguard sensitive information and maintain data security within our university community.
This article acts as an IT guide for working off campus and contains information about protecting your passwords and data when doing so.