Information Security Organization

General

This section implements Integrated CSU Administrative Manual (ICSUAM) Section 8000, Policy 8015.0.

Information Security Responsibilities

Information security is the responsibility of anyone who accesses University systems including students, faculty, staff, guests, contractors, and employees of auxiliary organizations. Each person connected to, or using University information systems is responsible for ensuring that their use meets California State University standards of acceptable use, and must take adequate measures to prevent unauthorized use.

The Vice President for Technology & Innovation and Chief Information Officer (CIO) bears final responsibility for information security on the Channel Islands campus.

Vice President for Technology & Innovation and Chief Information Officer (CIO)

The President has delegated authority to manage all aspects of information security to the Chief Information Officer (CIO). As the President’s designee, the Chief Information Officer has appointed an Information Security Officer (ISO) to take responsibility for the campus information security strategy.

The campus’s Vice President for Technology & Innovation and Chief Information Officer is Michael Berman.

Information Security Officer

The Chief Information Officer has appointed an Information Security Officer (ISO) to take responsibility for the campus information security strategy.

The campus Information Security Officer is Neal Fisch.

Information Security Program

CSU Channel Islands will establish an information security program that employs administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect the University’s information assets.

The information security program serves the mission of the University by preventing the loss of confidentiality, integrity, and availability of campus information assets.