Information Systems Use Policies

Georgia State University is committed to developing, adopting, and maintaining appropriate information security policies, standards, and procedures to ensure integration of information security with the university’s mission, business strategy, risk posture, and in accordance with applicable legal and regulatory guidelines.

Cybersecurity Charter

The Cybersecurity Charter defines the principles and terms of the university’s Cybersecurity Program and the mission-critical need to secure the university’s assets. View the Cybersecurity Charter

Business Processes

This PCI DSS Policy focuses on safeguarding credit/debit data and Cardholder Data and requires University policies and procedures as it relates to credit/debit cards to be in compliance with PCI DSS requirements.
View the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS) Compliance Policy

Information Security Policies

Anti-Virus Software
Appropriate Use (Information)
Computer Accounts
Data Classification, Access and Information Protection
Disposal of Electronic Equipment
E-mail Access and Message Retention
E-mail System Acceptable Use and Security
Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act and the FTC Safeguards Rule: Georgia State University Information Security Plan
Incident Response
Information Security Management System
Information Systems Ethics
IT Resources Access Control Policy
IT Security Awareness, Training and Education Policy
Minimum Information Security Environments and Data Classification
Remote Access
Security Review
University Information Systems Use
Wireless Access

Information Tech & Records

Digital Monitors for Public Displays
E-mail Directory
Network Connection of Surveillance Equipment
University Web Pages
Web Accessibility

More Usage Policies

Email System Accounts: CampusID and Faculty/Staff E-mail | Student E-mail
CATLab: General Use | Student Equipment Checkout Policy
Electronic Records and Employee Email Accounts
Student/Applicant/Teaching and Learning System Authorized Use
Security Camera Policy