Information and Communication Technology (ICT) plays an increasingly important role in facilitating the realization of College’s mission and vision. It is critical to ensure Confidentiality, Integrity and Availability (CIA) of the information assets so as to support College’s core business functions. The College recognizes that ICT security is an issue for the whole College community if it is to benefit from its ICT investments. Since the technology can enable rapid spread of attacks and exploits, which can undermine the success and performance of the College. The College decided to introduce and have in place ICT Security Policy (2019) and its related guidelines.
The Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) Security Guidelines outlines appropriate use of the College's Information, Communication and Technology resources. It outlines acceptable guidelines for users of ICT resources that include employees, students and other stakeholders. The ICT resources include; computers, printers, programs, data, Local Area Network, emails, CCTV, intranet and the internet.
The ICT Security guidelines intends to enable users to properly use and secure the College ICT resources by understanding the acceptable and unacceptable behaviors, conducts and practices in the use of the resources and sanctions for failure to comply with the acceptable behaviors.
These Guidelines apply to all users of the College ICT resources including employees, students, and authorised users by providing guidance on the proper use of ICT facilities at the College, however, it is not by any way exhaustive. All users are obliged to comply with this guideline, College ICT Policy (2019), ICT Security Policy (2019) and Government ICT related Policies and Guidelines.
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