IT Security and Policy
The NYU IT Global Office of Information Security (GOIS) provides a wide variety of services to the general NYU community that help minimize the risk of a cybersecurity incident. It is the GOIS' mission to protect NYU's computer network and the data that is transmitted over that network. GOIS meets with NYU departments to discuss their technology security concerns, provides consultations on new projects, and educates University employees on how to safely and securely navigate NYU resources.
IT Policies & Compliance
The IT policy and compliance team develops and maintains a variety of policies, guidelines, and other documents to educate the community regarding the University's computers, data, cybersecurity best practices, and other information technology resources and the responsibilities of community members when using those resources, including compliance responsibilities.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
GDPR is a data protection law that applies broadly to the processing of personal information about European Union (EU) residents (Note that, in addition to EU Member States, the GDPR also applies to Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein, United Kingdom and Switzerland.) Generally speaking, the regulation applies to all personally identifiable data that is collected, used, stored or otherwise processed about individuals in the EU under certain circumstances, by any method including electronic and paper records. Learn more about GDPR.