NYU is entrusted with a large amount of important data, such as Social Security Numbers, Credit Card Numbers, student data and financial data. There are laws and regulations that restrict the use of this type of data, with significant legal and monetary penalties for exposure to unauthorized parties. The University has implemented Security Guidelines for Desktop and Laptop Computers to help you protect the data that is in your care.
In addition to NYU IT policies and procedures and Web policies and procedures, Tisch Communications and Information Technology (CIT) maintains local IT policies and procedures with regard to the use and security of its computer systems, networks, and information resources in Tisch School of the Arts.
All Tisch faculty and staff must work in an ethical and respectful manner under these policies and procedures. In particular, please review the Policy on Responsible Use of NYU Computers & Data.
It is your responsibility as an NYU community member to be aware of these IT policies and procedures and the consequences of violation, regardless of whether you have actually read them.
Data and System Security Measures apply to anyone who accesses, uses, or controls University computer and data resources, including, but not limited to faculty, administrators, staff, students, those working on behalf of the University, guests, tenants, contractors, consultants, visitors and/or individuals authorized by affiliated institutions and organizations.
The Code of Conduct: IT@NYU applies to all covered individuals, including student employees, as well as to all others who work in information technology and related areas at NYU as contractors, temporary staff, visitors, or in any other capacity, on a full-time or part-time basis; it does not form a contract. Failure on anyone’s part to comply with these standards may lead to disciplinary action, up to and including dismissal, as well as referral, as appropriate, to authorities for legal action. NYU IT reserves the right to amend this Code of Conduct: IT@NYU at any time and without notice, in its sole, good faith, discretion.
It is your responsibility as an NYU community member to know and abide by IT and NYU policies, regardless of whether you have actually read them. It is therefore a good idea to familiarize yourself with the full list of the policies and other information.
The school logo is used only for official communication for business materials such as letterhead, envelopes and business cards. These materials should be ordered through the university's i-buy system.
We don't release the logo for student work simply because Tisch students own their work. From time to time, the dean may ask a student for permission to include the logo on a particular project.
The student clubs and organizations are a huge part of the heart and soul of the school. We work in conjunction with the Office of Student Affairs to approve all use of the logos for the clubs and organizations.