Information Technology Policies
At MMC we strive to provide a wide variety of technology for use both in the classroom and outside of it. There are a few policies in place to protect the network at Marymount as well as student’s data and devices.
Reason For Policy: The end-user awareness aspect of the security program is as equally important as the technical aspect. The security posture reflects the knowledge of the end-users since a large number of threats may target users.
The objective of Marymount Manhattan College (“the College”), in the development and implementation of this comprehensive Written Information Security Program (“WISP”), is to create effective administrative, technical and physical safeguards for the protection of Personal Information and to comply with the College’s obligations with applicable regulations.
In accordance with federal, state, local applicable laws, rules and regulations, Marymount Manhattan College (the College) requires that College electronic records be retained for specific periods of time, and be maintained in specific repositories. The electronic records will be properly and diligently upheld by following the rules and regulations of this document. This policy relates to electronic records.
In accordance with federal, state, local applicable laws, rules and regulations, Marymount Manhattan College (the College) requires that College records be retained for specific periods of time, and be maintained in specific repositories. The records will be properly and diligently upheld by following the rules and regulations of this document. This policy relates to original, tangible, hard-copy documentation and electronic records.
Consistent with the Records Retention Policy MMC Record Retention Policy(opens in a new tab), departments that maintain College Records are responsible for establishing an appropriate records management plan. This Record-Retention Schedule provides timeframes for the retention and disposal of College Records in accordance with applicable legal, regulatory, accreditation, and other standards, including recommended best practices.
Information about compliance with the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, assuring the security and protection of your personal information.
These are the rules and regulations for the time you spend on Marymount’s network.
These are the guidelines to the appropriate and ethical usage of the technology Marymount Manhattan College has to offer.
When you use technology-related services on your computer, you can be assured that the information entered or transferred will be treated confidentially, as outlined by this policy.