Campus Technology Policies and Standards
Outlines the acceptable use of computing and information technology resources.
Ensures that the university meets its disclosure obligation in the event of an inappropriate release of sensitive, personal information.
Outlines the requirement for university-computers to be connected to a centralized computer management system.
Outlines regulations needed to maintain a safe and secure computing environment.
Ensures that employees and contractors understand their responsibilities for protecting data during the performance of contracted services.
Ensure that electronically stored data is not improperly released or accessed by unauthorized users.
Ensure UNLV is in compliance with the copyright provisions in Section 487 of the Higher Education Opportunity Act (HEOA) and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
Outlines the requirements for university business conducted via email by UNLV employees.
Outlines the circumstances under which someone must seek formal approval before developing or purchasing a mobile app.
Outlines regulations about placing systems on the UNLV network and methods of access to those systems.
Ensures that access to university systems is consistent with security best practices.
Ensures that UNLV remains in compliance with its software licensing agreements.
Outlines the requirements for email communications with students via their official [name]@unlv.nevada.edu accounts.
Ensures that university systems and the data they contain are secure and in compliance with federal, state, and NSHE statutes, regulations and/or policies.
Details the policies and procedures for submission and subscription to these email lists.
View domain name policies, web style guides and more at the Web Communications page.
Outlines regulations and procedures for approving and managing wireless network systems on UNLV properties.
Details the request procedures and policies
Outlines types of software appropriate for UNLV computers
Outlines the wiring specifications construction consultants are responsible for following at UNLV. The IT Infrastructure Responsibilities & Services interim policy details additional specifications.
Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE) Policies
Policy covering use of Nevada System of Higher Education computing resources for instructional, research, and administrative activities.