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by having people monitor cybersecu-
rity risks that are out there, and then
inform you so your people don't have
to do it," Balint said. "It is actually
2) Make Security Policies
Short and Sweet
Most institutions already have a vari-
ety of policies in place that go a long
way toward enforcing cybersecurity,
pointed out Balint. For example, if a
student says something inappropriate
on Twitter or in a text message, the
technology medium is irrelevant --- his
transgression is covered by the exist-
ing code of conduct or civility policy.
"We took every policy that already
existed and said, let's apply every sin-
gle policy that already exists to an
information technology or cybersecu-
rity situation, and see how far down the
road that will get us," explained Balint.
"We're only going to write polices that
all the traditional policies at our institu-
tion don't address --- something that's
unique to cybersecurity."
This approach helps make sure
security policies are short and to-the-
point. Once policies are in place, the
IT staff reviews them annually to make
sure nothing has become obsolete.
In addition, Balint advised, there's no
need to rehash federal, state or local
laws in the university's policies. "Our
cybersecurity policies say if you broke
the law, you automatically broke the
policy. We don't go over what those
laws are because they change all the
time --- they almost guarantee obso-
lescence." Users are responsible for
knowing and complying with the law.
It's also important to make sure a
cybersecurity policy and associated
FAQs are written in a language that
the whole university community can
understand. "We want everyone from
a tenured faculty member, to a staff
member who might work as a plumb-
er, to a freshman, to a Ph.D. student,
all to get a policy that they can read
quickly, that they will read, that's con-
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