[Micronet] Wed. deadline for MSSEI comments

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[Micronet] Wed. deadline for MSSEI comments

Lisa Ho
Just a reminder that comments on MSSEI 2013 are due in 3 working days:
 Wednesday next week (2/13).

I value everyone's input.  I'd even appreciate hearing that you read
it and think it looks fantastic.  Hey, I'd even be interested in
knowing if you didn't read it, but trust in my benevolence (or the
expertise and expectations of campus information security staff).

Have a good weekend!


---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: Lisa Carol Ho <[hidden email]>
Subject: [Micronet] Request for input by 2/13: MSSEI revision for
protecting level 1 information
Date: January 22, 2013 8:18:21 PM PST
To: [hidden email]

Dear Micronet,

I am pleased to request your feedback on the 2013 draft revision of
the Minimum Security Standards for Electronic Information (MSSEI).

MSSEI 2013 is important to the broad UC Berkeley community because it
defines requirements for protecting level 1 information.  Examples
include non-public personal information about students and employees.
All faculty and staff are presumed to handle level 1 information by

Please review the draft revision at:  security.berkeley.edu/mssei-2013
and submit comments to  [hidden email]  by Wednesday, February

Major updates to the policy are listed at:

Discussion via micronet or ucb-security is encouraged, but please send
all final comments to [hidden email] to ensure policy

I also encourage you to review the draft MSSEI guidelines that will be
linked from MSSEI when completed (more info available on the
security.berkeley.edu homepage).

I look forward to receiving your input.

Thank you,

Lisa Ho
IT Policy Manager
University of California, Berkeley


Lisa Ho
IT Policy Manager
University of California, Berkeley

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