Idaho College of Osteopathic Medicine’s (ICOM) computing, network, and web resources support academic, research, and administrative needs of all students, faculty, and staff members of the College community. The following policy is intended to shape the College's use of these resources and to assert our shared values and expectations.
This policy is intended to support the protection, control, and management of ICOM’s Information resources.
ICOM shall ensure the integrity of information technology resources made available to the College community to prevent disruption to academic and administrative needs. All members of the College community shall promote efficient, ethical and lawful use of ICOM's information technology resources. All information technology resources provided by the College are property of the College.
Chief Information Officer/Information Security Authority, Faculty, Staff, and Students
OTHER POLICIES AND PROCEDURES:
Users of ICOM’s information technology resources shall properly use and protect these resources, respect the privacy and rights of other users, and behave in a manner consistent with any local, state, and Federal law and regulation, as well as ICOM policies and procedures.
Members of the ICOM community shall report theft, loss or unauthorized disclosure or use of information technology resources and/or data to their immediate supervisor and/or the Information Security Authority.
Acceptable use guidelines shall be published on the College website.
ICOM reserves the right at any time to limit, restrict, or deny access to its electronic communication & information resources and records. Use of any resources deemed inconsistent with the mission and purpose of the college shall be deemed a violation of this policy and may result in termination or administrative withdrawal from the institution.
ICOM reserves the right to monitor all its systems and information technology resources to ensure that no single user places the institution's systems at risk and includes the review of any electronic communication and/or record as needed to ensure compliance with college policies and/or procedures. Investigations of misuse, unauthorized use, compliance with federal, state or local laws or regulations, as well as routine or emergency maintenance of the IT system, may require observation of electronic information by appropriate and authorized College officials insofar as they are conducted on behalf of the College.
Chief Information Officer/Information Security Authority