There are various laws and policies that govern information security at TAMUCC.
The University's Rules and Procedure regarding information resources are found in Section 29. These policies apply to only TAMUCC.
Section 29 contains policy regarding information resources. These policies govern all A&M institutions.
This is the key Texas state law regarding information security. Much of System and TAMUCC policy is derived from TAC 202.
Not itself a policy, but a summarization of key provisions of TAC 202, System, and TAMUCC policy that apply to all users of TAMUCC information resources.
FERPA is a federal law governing the handling of certain types of student information, especially grades.
The Red Flags Rule is a federal standard that aims to prevent identity theft.
PCI is a set of standards put forth by the credit card industry. TAMUCC business units that conduct credit-card transactions must comply with the PCI Data Security Standard, or PCI-DSS.
Please contact the Information Technology Help Desk at x2692 for additional assistance.