Eastern Michigan University

Personal Devices

Personal devices are not owned or supplied by EMU. Such devices could be a laptop computer, a solid state flash drive, a tablet computer, a smart phone, a digital printer or scanner, and more.

Examples
  • Administrator copies work files to their personal flash drive to use on their personal home computer outside of regular working hours
  • Faculty member creates spreadsheet on their own computer with student grade information so they can continue working at home over a weekend
  • It is critically important that any sensitive data copied or created on a personal device be encrypted to avoid or lessen damage from the potential theft of the data or the device itself.
 Laws/Regulations/Policies

 Please note:  All Board of Regents and I.T. policies listed below are now available in   EMU PolicyTech .  

  • Acceptable Use of Information Technology Resources Policy: 3.1
  • Secure Networked Devices Policy: 6.1
  • Personal and Private Folder Policy: 7.3.P.2
  • Acceptable Encryption Policy: 8.2
  • Remote Access Policy: 8.3
  • VPN Connection Policy: 8.4
  • Requesting VPN Access Policy - EMU Employees: 8.4.P.1
  • Sponsoring VPN Access for Third Party Vendor/Independent Contractors Policy: 8.4.P.2 
  • Third Party Vendor Sponsor Agreement Policy: 8.4.F.2
  • Acceptable Use Policy
  • Vulnerability Scanning and Reporting Policy: 8.8
  • Electronic Media Sanitation and Disposal Policy: 8.9
  • Data Encryption Policy: 8.10
  • Security Configuration Standards for non-IT Managed Systems Policy: 8.11
  • Desktop and Laptop Security Policy: 8.14
  • Desktop and Laptop Standard Policy: 8.14
  • Information Security Program Policy: 8.16
  • Desktop Backup
 Additional Resources

None

 Using Personal Devices

The permitted (Yes), the not permitted (No), and those needing to contact I.T. (Contact I.T.) are listed in three columns in the matrix below.

                        YES                                       NO        
CONTACT I.T.

With encryption:

                        
Note: Don't see what you need? Email the I.T. Security Team at [email protected].