Manage anti-phishing technical similations and campaigns.
ISC working group focused on providing IT-related security guidance and service references to researchers.
The Application Risk Self-Assessment service offering enables project managers / application developers to assess the security of their application and privacy impact to users of their application through a guided checklist.
The Instructional Technology Privacy Impact Self-Assessment service offering will allow users of instructional technology to assess the privacy impact to users of the instructional technology through a guided checklist.
The Divisional Risk Assessment service offering provides University of Toronto Divisions with a high-level qualitative and quantitative review of their people, processes and technology and the handling of confidential information to determine the current risk posture within a division.
The Project Information Risk Management Assessment service offering uses an information risk assessment process to consistently provide University of Toronto projects with an in-depth analysis of the application or vendor under consideration by the project.
The Unit Information Risk Self-Assessment service offering provides units with a method to determine their own level of information risk and identify for themselves where they plan to commit resources to reduce risk, thereby creating their own Information Risk Management Program.