Security Awareness 9-10-09 v5 Appropriate Disposal

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  1. An ITS Security Training Module<br />Version Oct 2009 v3<br />CLICK “FULL” TO VIEW SLIDE IN FULL SCREEN.<br /> 2. Appropriate Disposal of Data…
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  • 1. An ITS Security Training Module<br />Version Oct 2009 v3<br />CLICK “FULL” TO VIEW SLIDE IN FULL SCREEN.<br />
  • 2. Appropriate Disposal of Data & Computers<br />Sensitive Information should be never placed in the regular trash!<br />
  • 3. Appropriate Disposal Methods<br />Section: Appropriate Disposal <br />Hard copy (paper) materials must be properly shredded or placed in a secured bin for shredding later.<br />Laptops and desktops may need the hard drive removed and physically destroyed.<br />Diskettes, tapes and hard drives must be physically destroyed or “wiped” using approved procedures. <br />CD-ROMs and DVDs must be rendered unreadable by shredding or breaking.<br />Contact the Information Security Office or refer to the UNC-Chapel Hill Campus Standards for Electronic Media Disposal (http://help.unc.edu/6343) for more information.<br />
  • 4. Learning Point # 16<br />Section: Appropriate Disposal <br />You find a CD ROM in your desk drawer. When you put it in your computer, it gives you an error, indicating that the disk unreadable. You may put the CD ROM into the regular trash Right?<br />Wrong! The CD ROM could contain Sensitive Information that may be retrieved by a criminal. Any electronic media or regular paper waste containing possible Sensitive Information should never end up in the regular trash. Media containing Sensitive Information must be shredded or otherwise permanently made unreadable.<br />
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