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  • Protect Yourself from Identity Theft | Columbia University Information Technology
    links in pop up windows or in spam e mail Use caution on the Web When shopping online check out a Web site before entering your credit card number or other personal information Read the privacy policy and take opportunities to opt out of information sharing Only enter personal information on secure Web pages that encrypt your data in transit You can often tell if a page is secure if https is in URL or if there is a padlock icon on the browser window Steps to Take if Your Data Becomes Compromised or Stolen When you become aware of an identity breach it s important to immediately close any accounts that were opened in your name as soon as possible Also check on your legitimate accounts to make sure that details like mailing addresses have not been changed by someone else Credit Reporting Agencies If you have reason to believe your personal information has been compromised or stolen contact the Fraud Department of one of the three major credit bureaus listed below Equifax Direct Line for reporting suspected fraud 800 525 6285 Fraud Division P O Box 740250 Atlanta GA 30374 800 685 1111 888 766 0008 http www equifax com Experian Direct Line for reporting suspected fraud 888 397 3742 Credit Fraud Center P O Box 1017 Allen TX 75013 888 EXPERIAN 888 397 3742 http www experian com Trans Union Direct Line for reporting suspected fraud 800 680 7289 Fraud Victim Assistance Department P O Box 6790 Fullerton CA 92634 Phone 800 916 8800 800 680 7289 http www transunion com When contacting the Credit Reporting Agency you should request the following Instruct them to flag your file with a fraud alert including a statement that creditors should get your permission before opening any new accounts in your name Ask them for copies of your credit report s Credit bureaus must give you a free copy of your report if it is inaccurate because of suspected fraud Review your reports carefully to make sure no additional fraudulent accounts have been opened in your name or unauthorized changes made to your existing accounts NOTE In order to ensure that you are issued free credit reports we strongly encourage you to contact the agencies DIRECT LINE listed above for reporting fraud We do not recommend that you order your credit report online Be diligent in following up on your accounts In the months following an incident order new copies of your reports to verify your corrections and changes and to make sure no new fraudulent activity has occurred If you find that any accounts have been tampered with or opened fraudulently close them immediately To ensure that you do not become responsible for any debts or charges use the ID Theft Affidavit Form developed by the Federal Trade Commission to help make your case with creditors Social Security Administration SSA Fraud Hotline 800 269 0271 http www ssa gov If you are the victim of a stolen Social Security

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/protect-yourself-identity-theft (2016-05-01)
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  • RSAM Users Guide | Columbia University Information Technology
    associated with Risk Management and Compliance for systems at Columbia University and Columbia University Medical Center CUMC The use of RSAM allows for automation and continuous risk monitoring of critical information assets and systems As a stakeholder in a system being assessed by the Risk Management Program you are required to register your system in RSAM and to answer the System Questionnaire if it has been determined to be in scope for a deeper assessment Step by Step Instructions System Registration Walkthrough System Assessment Walkthrough Saving or Submitting Questionnaires Sharing Worksheets with Other Stakeholders Helpful Links RSAM Troubleshooting Guide Risk Management Program Definitions Assistance Contact Information If you have questions that this page can t answer or if you re having trouble with RSAM please contact us at cuit risk columbia edu Columbia University or security cumc columbia edu Columbia University Medical Center myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search CUIT Go Text Size a a Other Columbia IT Groups

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/cuit/information-security-risk-management-program/rsam-users-guide-home (2016-05-01)
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  • Frequently Asked Questions | Columbia University Information Technology
    s in RSAM rsam cumc columbia edu see the RSAM registration user guide and technical requirements document The RSAM registration requires completing the demographic questionnaire and then the completed registration questionnaire is reviewed by a risk analyst who will determine if risk assessment needs to be performed for the registered system application If a system qualifies for risk assessment then the system owner and IT custodian will be notified to complete the baseline risk assessment questionnaire The completed baseline risk assessment questionnaire is reviewed a report is issued control gaps are identified and discussed with all interested parties to determine remediation plan and timeframe for resolving the control gaps that are noted Q What systems applications do I need to register into RSAM All Systems located at Columbia University s Morningside Heights or Manhattanville Campus that process transmit and or store Sensitive Data must be registered with the CU Information Security Office All Systems located at CUMC CUMC Systems must be registered with the CUMC Information Security Office See the Registration and Protection of Systems Policy http policylibrary columbia edu registration and protection systems policy for additional information The system application must be multi users with an authentication and authorization mechanism For example the system application must require a unique user ID and password to authenticate the user s identity and provide access levels permissions which are specific to the user s account Q Who should register the systems applications into RSAM The system application owner or IT custodian can register their system s Q When do I need to register my systems into RSAM If you have not registered your systems you should register them immediately Q What if I m having trouble accessing or using RSAM See the RSAM registration user guide and technical requirements document or troubleshooting

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/cuit/information-security-risk-management-program/frequently-asked-questions (2016-05-01)
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  • Risk Management Program Contact Information | Columbia University Information Technology
    us Questions about Technical Issues Columbia Medical Center Columbia University Email security cumc columbia edu Email cuit risk columbia edu Questions about your Risk Assessment Columbia Medical Center Columbia University Lisa Mui Information Security Risk Manager Phone 1 212 305 5056 Email lm2906 cumc columbia edu Larry Lee Director Information Security And Risk Management Phone 1 212 851 7002 Email ll2323 columbia edu Questions about the Risk Management Program Columbia Medical Center Columbia University Brian Smith Sweeney Columbia Medical Center CISO Phone 1 212 342 0268 Email bs2931 cumc columbia edu Medha Bhalodkar Columbia University CISO Phone 1 212 854 6531 Email medha columbia edu myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search CUIT Go Text Size a a Other Columbia IT Groups Columbia University Medical Center Information Technology CUMC IT Center for Digital Research and Scholarship CDRS Business School Information Services ITG Law School Information Technology SIPA Computer Facilities Social Work Computing and Instructional Technology Columbia College Information Technology CCIT

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/cuit/information-security-risk-management-program/information-security-risk-management-program-contact-information (2016-05-01)
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  • Disability Services for Telecommunications | Columbia University Information Technology
    are also compatible and compliant as follows Dedicated RJ 9 headset port Amplified headsets are recommended Compliant with ADA Section 508 Recommendations Subpart B 1194 23 all Hearing Aid Compatible HAC handset for magnetic coupling to approved HAC hearing aids Compatibility with commercially available TTY adapter equipment PhoneMail Voice Mail Message Waiting Both the Rolm PhoneMail and Netphone Voice Mail provide audible and visual indications that a message is waiting Additionally on the Netphone Voice Mail one receives a wav file via email of one s messages Audible Call Waiting The call waiting feature on Rolm may be designed to indicate audibly and visibly that a second caller is waiting One receives these indications on Netphones as well Special Station Design The RolmPhone station can be designed to accommodate a special need For information about Disability Related Needs Email disability columbia edu Web Site http health columbia edu services ods 212 854 2388 Voice TTY 212 854 3448 Fax myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/disability-services/disability-services-telecommunications (2016-05-01)
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  • Disability Services for Computer Labs and Electronic Classrooms | Columbia University Information Technology
    students including magnification and options to supplement computer auditory feedback with visual feedback The following computing facilities are equipped with adjustable height furniture providing accessibility to students with different needs including those who use wheelchairs or have repetitive stress injury R S I Butler Room 213 Butler Room 213A Engineering Terrace Room 251 Lerner 200 Level Lerner 300 Level Schermerhorn Extension Room 558 After the initial registration with the Office of Disabilities Services requests for specific kinds of software or equipment not already installed may take a minimum of 2 weeks to acquire For information about Disability Related Needs Email disability columbia edu Web Site http health columbia edu services ods 212 854 2388 Voice TTY 212 854 3448 Fax myUNI Service Desk myColumbia FAQ A Z Services About Us Give Us Feedback Computing Support About CUIT CUIT Careers CUIT Email Services Research Computing Services Teaching Learning Applications CUIT Public Computing Facilities IT Policies IT Security Resources Manage my UNI Security Awareness Training Software and Downloads Search CUIT Go Text Size a a Other Columbia IT Groups Columbia University Medical Center Information Technology CUMC IT Center for Digital Research and Scholarship CDRS Business School Information Services ITG Law School Information

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/disability-services/disability-services-computer-labs-electronic-classrooms (2016-05-01)
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  • Personal Computer Pre-Purchase Considerations | Columbia University Information Technology
    your computer as a hedge against future hardware or operating system issues This is strongly suggested if you are buying a laptop or if the standard warranty period is one year or less Please note CUIT does not provide hardware repair support to students and offers only limited operating system support inasmuch as they relate to specific programs used to access University online resources If an issue falls outside of these parameters it s good to have an alternate to fall back on like a manufacturer s extended warranty Windows or Apple The choice of platform Windows Mac Linux is essentially a matter of personal preference If you are already familiar with one platform there is no particular reason to switch Your school may have more specific criteria so check with your academic advisor before deciding CUIT provides certain relevant software documentation and limited operating system support for Windows 7 and Apple OS X No support is available for Linux If you know you will need to use a particular software package which only runs on a specific platform this should dictate your choice Word processing and browsing the Internet are accomplished equally with either an Apple or a Windows computer Many games statistical analysis and programming tools are available solely for the Windows operating system Audio Video editing can be done on both platforms but Apple computers tend to have the edge in stability and functionality Desktop or Laptop Laptops have the advantage of being mobile and light Desktops are usually cheaper easier to repair upgrade and harder to steal There are many different types of laptops Some are ultraportables designed to be as light as possible less than 4 lbs This results in increased cost decreased durability and fewer capabilities for example smaller screen smaller hard drive and shorter battery life Other laptops are designed to be desktop replacements in that they have most of the functionality and storage capacity of a desktop computer while still occupying significantly less surface area than a desktop PC s CPU monitor keyboard speakers and mouse Whichever you decide both will do what you need if you first understand your priorities A 4 6 pound laptop might sound like nothing but it s heavier than it seems and the laptop weight itself doesn t include the additional weight and inconvenience of the power supply laptop bag and possible extra battery not to mention your books Internet Access Before you access the network you should have the latest security updates for your operating system As a Columbia University affiliate you can install Symantec Anti Virus for free For more information about Columbia s networks visit the Network and Wireless page Choosing a Display LCD flat panel monitors come in a variety of sizes generally from 13 to 30 inches They are available in HD and Standard Definition Recommended Display Specifications Dot pitch 28mm or smaller Refresh Rate 72 hertz Min Possible Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels or higher Where should I buy my

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/computer-sales/personal-computer-pre-purchase-considerations (2016-05-01)
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  • Creating Official Sites | Columbia University Information Technology
    must be accompanied by an email from an official representative of the sponsoring University body indicating that the group is an officially recognized University organization Frequently the sponsoring body is either the Activities Board at Columbia or Earl Hall Learn more about how a member of the sponsoring body can request web space Courses Course materials are maintained in a sub directory of www columbia edu itc Instructors creating course sites may take advantage of the services offered by the Columbia Center for New Media Teaching and Learning To request server space please email webmaster columbia edu You must indicate the UNIX group for file sharing if any must be set up before the space is requested In your email you need to indicate the UNI department and full name of the faculty member who will be the owner of the space Also choose either the faculty member s last name or course sequence to serve as the directory name Use of Official Sites An official website is to be used only for live web materials related to the original purpose of the site and should not exceed 200M in total size without prior approval of CUIT Use the UNIX du command to monitor usage If your site does not already have a link in the Columbia domain please send email to webmaster columbia edu as soon as your site is ready to launch Directories not linked are considered unofficial and are subject to removal after six months We have experienced data losses in the past so we advise Web managers to maintain a copy of their data on another machine in case our web crashes and we lose files If the individual acting as web manager for your official site changes please request an ownership change for your directory

    Original URL path: http://cuit.columbia.edu/web-publishing/creating-official-sites (2016-05-01)
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