Protecting electronic information resources is the responsibility of all members of the UCSF community. The "Best Practices" found on this page are practices, procedures and configurations that S&P has determined will reduce the chance of a computer security incident at UCSF. As always, every situation is unique and information security is no guarantee. These practices may need to be tailored for your unique requirements and situation.
Feedback on these resources is appreciated, including suggestions for additional resources.
Storing social security numbers has serious information security implications. If possible, de-identify them by using only the last four digits.
Best Practices for These Groups
Best Practices for These Systems
- Minimum Standards Checklists
- CERT - Advisories
- CERT - Malicious content mitigation
- CIAC - Internet hoaxes