Information security rules
Information security is an essential part of quality of the University's operations and services, overall security and day-to-day data processing.
The goals, responsibilities and methods of securing important information at the University of Eastern Finland are outlined in Information security policy and Responsibilities related to information security. Further information security rules and instructions are issued to complement them. These rules are based on rules produced by Finnish universities' cooperative task force FUSEC.
|Rule||Purpose||Primary target group|
|Outlines the goals and methods of information security in the University of Eastern Finland||Staff and students|
|Outlines general responsibilities concerning information security and special responsibilities for certain positions and roles in the University organisation||Staff and students|
|Principles concerning use of IT services and user accounts||Staff and students and other users of UEF IT services|
|Principles concerning use of E-mail||Staff and students|
|Outlines actions in case of discovered or suspected IT service abuse||All users of UEF IT services|
|Principles concerning administrators of IT services and information systems||Mainly administrators|
|Outlines prerequisites and procedure for retrieving and opening an employee's e-mail |
|Mainly department and unit heads and administrators|
|List of key laws concerning universities, their employees and students (with links)||Staff|
In addition, the following previous instructions remain in effect.
- Information security in information processing
- Instructions on information processing
- E-mail filtering
- Actions taken when the access right to IT systems expires
- Instructions for data handling after the death of a user
- Reacting to information security incidents (Intra, in Finnish)
- Information security incident reporting (Intra, in Finnish)