Information Security Office
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Because UT Arlington computers and networks may have sensitive information residing on them it is sometimes necessary to collect information regarding any potential breach of access. If your computer has access to sensitive information and you suspect that someone has gained unauthorized access to your computer or that your computer has been compromised by malicious code (such as a virus) contact the UT Arlington Helpdesk by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 817.272.2208.
In the event that the potentially compromised computer has access to sensitive information, a forensic image will be taken of the machine for investigation. This will help UT Arlington Information Security Office determine if sensitive information was actually accessed and, if so, where the information may have been transferred. This information may be used in legal proceedings so it is important that you do not make any changes to your computer once you suspect it has been compromised. UT Arlington Information Security Office will clear the computer once it is ready for use.
Prior to a potential computer compromise it is highly encouraged that you store and backup all important information to a secure network drive (not removable media). Should your computer be compromised this will help prevent access to any sensitive data, leaving the information available to you from the network drive with the use of a temporary computer, when your computer is taken by technical support.
If your computer or laptop has been stolen or you know of a potential computer crime involving UT Arlington, contact the UT Arlington Police at 817.272.3381.
Forward all Subpoenas to Accounting and Business Services x22194.