Eastern Michigan University

ZendTo Secure File Drop

EMU ZendTo is a web based tool that allows EMU employees to securely exchange files with other EMU employees, or with those external to the university. ZendTo uses complex encryption to secure files and permits users to share files much larger than those they can send via email.  

Examples of ZendTo Uses

  • EMU employee requests a file drop from a prospective student to securely receive required admissions documents that include sensitive data.
  • An authorized EMU employee securely exchanges a file containing PII data with an approved vendor to meet contractual requirements. 
  • EMU employees can share files larger than those permitted to be shared through email.

Laws/Regulations/Policies

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

  • EMU BOARD OF REGENTS POLICY 8.2 Access to Student Records 
  • EMU BOARD OF REGENTS POLICY 15.2 Information Technology Security and Confidentiality 
  • EMU I.T. POLICY 7.1 Statement of Confidentiality
  • EMU I.T. POLICY: 7.3 Privacy and Monitoring of Electronically-Stored Records
  • EMU I.T. POLICY 8.2 Acceptable Encryption
  • EMU I.T. POLICY 8.10 Data Encryption
  • EMU I.T. POLICY 8.11 Security Configuration Standards for non-IT Managed Systems
  • EMU I.T. POLICY 8.15 Access Control
  • EMU I.T. PROCEDURE 8.15.P.1 Access Control - DoIT Systems Privileged Access Request
  • EMU I.T. PROCEDURE 8.15.P.2 Access Control - DoIT Systems Privileged Access Termination
  • EMU I.T. PROCEDURE 8.15.P.3 Identification of Anomalous Login Activity
  • EMU I.T. POLICY 8.16 Information Security Program

Additional Resources

Using ZendTo

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.
                        
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