[Micronet] MSSEI Updates: Clarifications and Exceptions Affecting Data Protection Requirements

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[Micronet] MSSEI Updates: Clarifications and Exceptions Affecting Data Protection Requirements

Lisa Ho
Dear Campus IT Community,

Security standards for student records and other non-public information (Protection Level 1) that were approved and published last year are now required across campus. Minimum Security Standards for Electronic Information (MSSEI) effective July 1, 2014 

In response to questions about the standard, Information Security and Policy has published multiple clarifying updates to the standard as well as guidelines that include several important exceptions. 

Topics addressed include: 
  • Encryption in Transit
  • Definition of Privileged Access Devices
  • Inventory and Registration
Because the updates clarify the original intent of the requirements and do not impose additional requirements (in some cases the changes are more lenient than the original) the changes are effective immediately.

Please see https://security.berkeley.edu/content/cispc-april-17-2014 (agenda item 3) for a redlined (track changes) version of the standard and analysis of changes.

Contact [hidden email] with questions or comments.

Best,
Lisa

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Lisa Ho
IT Policy Manager
Information Security and Policy
University of California, Berkeley
510.642.2422

 
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