Compliance and Security
Phishing on The Rise
The College of Medicine has seen a rise in phishing attempts utilizing impersonation techniques. Please take a moment to take a look at the following page for more information on how you can help.Click for more info
College of Medicine Personnel are invited to participate in various security-based pieces of training that will help us harden our cyber preparedness posture.Follow this link to learn more
The College of Medicine Security Team is able to assess the risk of any system or service. Please reach out through https://comhelp.arizona.edu
College of Medicine resources, information, and technology have become increasingly important to faculty, staff, and students for academic, research, and administrative purposes. The College of Medicine takes the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of our users’ data seriously, and as such, has established a set of policies and standards for use within the college. These policies and standards establish a baseline for the security of the College of Medicine computers, systems, resources, and accounts to ensure that research, patient care, business transaction, student, and employee non-public data are protected from intrusion and inappropriate use or disclosure.
All College of Medicine policies and standards are in addition to those established by the University of Arizona for Information Technology, and help to implement the requirements found in University policies, including Data Classification and Handling Standard, Acceptable Use of Computers and Networks, Information Security Program Policy, and HIPAA Privacy, Security, and Breach Notification.