INFORMATION SERVICES DEPARTMENT
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1. The Information Services department shall develop physical access authorization standards for employees and personnel that require access to the Data Centers.Information Services shall be responsible for developing the methods for authorization of personnel who frequently access the computer centers and for personnel that need physical access from time to time.
2. Employees of CWU that routinely access the Computer Centers shall be authorized by the Information Services Department.In an effort to ensure secure access by authorized staff on a regular basis, Departments requiring routine access shall obtain authorization for Information Services according to established standards.
3. The name and location of the Computer Center shall remain anonymous to the greatest extent possible.The building, physical location, and other identifying characteristics shall remain anonymous in order to protect its location from unauthorized access and activities. All references are protected from public disclosure as critical computing assets pursuant to RCW 42.56.420.
5. Emergency Situations: In the event of an emergency during hours when the Computer Centers are not staffed, authorized personnel requiring access may do so without notification.
Emergency situations are limited to events which are highly likely to adversely impact the operational integrity of the Computer Center, or may result in equipment damage or personnel injury. Personnel are to register and notify IS Operations Staff at the earliest convenience with the specifics of the emergency and any work performed.6. Enforcement: Only personnel with a business need to enter the facility shall be granted access. IS Management and/or its delegated staff is authorized to deny access to any individual who does not have a business need for access or who violates this policy. Policy violations will lead to disciplinary action.
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