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Encryption
 

Endpoint Security Campaign

In October 2012, CUMC experienced a breach of Protected Health Information (PHI) and Personally Identifiable Information (PII) after an unencrypted workstation was stolen from a secured office. Over 500 SSNs and 5000 medical records were exposed. In response, Dr. Goldman mandated that all endpoint devices be appropriately secured and encrypted. Please note that all policies include personal devices.

Current requirements and related policies can be found on the CUMC Information Security Procedures pages.

Pages in the IT Procedures and Guidelines section of our website include:


For additional encryption help and how-to, please use links on the left side of this page.



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Last updated 7/19/2018