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Web Application Security
Common methods for accessing University Information include Web Applications. These computer software programs can be particularly susceptible to computer hacking attacks due to their public visibility and accessibility. This can result in the exposure or modification of University Information. To mitigate these risks, University Community Members responsible for creating, developing, updating, maintaining, or administering University Web Applications are required to implement appropriate classification and security procedures in accordance with this policy and its accompanying Web Application Security Standard.
Responsible Executive: Chief Information Officer
Responsible Office: Information Technology Services
Effective Date: June 21, 2005
Last Revised: December 1, 2020
Contact: Director, Information Security Services