Antivirus Security

All computers (Mac, PC, and Linux) are susceptible to viruses, spyware, and malware. That is why it is important to protect your computer from potential viruses by having an antivirus program installed on your computer.

Electronic Door Access Automation

ITS, in partnership with Facilities Management and the Department of Public Safety, provides the ability for university organizations to automate electronic door access rights assignment for individuals based upon University affiliation.

Network Security Contacts

Department personnel who serve as communication liaison for campus computer security and network issues.

Scanning for Sensitive Institutional Data

Second Level support for Identity Finder software which scans computers to locate files that contain sensitive data such as SSNs, credit card numbers, and passwords.

Security Reviews and Assessments

Perform IT Security evaluations of computer systems and facilities, and provide recommendations to improve security or reach compliance with regulations.

Security Training

Monthly security seminars, an annual Security Day conference, and more.

UIOWA System Registry (USR)

An application to register computer systems with support contact information, and to indicate the purpose and type of system.

Video Surveillance

The University of Iowa has implemented video surveillance to protect the safety and property of our community, while avoiding unnecessary intrusions.