Preferred accounts and privileged access (see glossary of information security for explanation) must be targeted, secure and must always respect the principle of the lowest authorisation. (See guidelines for preferred account management) Individuals with privileged access must respect the rights of users of the system, respect the integrity of associated systems and physical resources, and comply with all relevant laws or regulations. Individuals are also required to keep ad brief on all procedures, business practices and operational guidelines relating to the activities of their local department. Access to the account, service and platform is managed by secure authentication controls. This ease of access is based on the following principles: Changes in access for employees are mainly controlled by the university`s Mover and Leaver processes. A formal user access process is implemented to assign or remove access rights to all types of users of information systems and resources under the control of the university. Access to resources, services and systems is subject to regular review. The frequency of these audits depends on the identified risk surrounding the asset and access in question. The University of Sheffield provides access to information resources, accounts, systems and resources on the basis of the principle of the lowest authorisation (see glossary for information security). When an access control identifies an access samamie, it is treated as a potential incident and reviewed by the asset owner and information security team. Authorization In most cases, the holder of an electronic communication protocol (see ECP`s definitions of ANNEXE A) must be obtained before accessing his files or affecting his or her processes.
If consent is not obtained, the conditions of access without consent of the ECP must be met. (see Section IV of the ECP. B and also “Access to Berkeley Campus Electronic Communications.”) The following titles describe the principles of access management at the University of Sheffield: Access rights of all staff, students and account users associated with information and information processing agencies are removed or amended after termination of their employment, contract or agreement. This directive applies to persons or systems that are granted or provide access to accounts, information or information systems owned or operated by the University of Sheffield. There are special circumstances in which additional or privileged access is required. In all cases, access to an account, account information or account activity information is carefully restricted and can only be done with the appropriate permission and security measures. This directive sets out the rules governing the authorisation, monitoring and control of access to university accounts, information and information systems. The aim of this policy is to ensure that appropriate access controls will enable the right people to access at the right time and that access to information, in all its forms, is managed appropriately and subject to regular review. Preferred access allows a person to take actions that could affect computer systems, network communications or other users` accounts, files, data or processes.
Preferred access is generally granted to system administrators, network administrators, employees who manage computer accounts, or other employees whose tasks require special permissions for a computer system or network. Information is a valuable asset and access to this information must be carefully managed to ensure confidentiality, integrity and availability. In particular, the principles of academic freedom, freedom of expression and privacy of information have a significant impact on the management of computer systems at UBC. People with private access