Passwords are an important aspect of computer security. They are the first line of protection for user accounts. A mischosent password can lead to the compromise of [organization name`s] entire network. Therefore, all employees (including contractors and suppliers with access to the [organization name] systems) are responsible for taking the appropriate steps described below to select and secure their passwords. . I have read, understood and will comply with the acceptable use guidelines above when using computers and other electronic resources owned, leased or operated by the [name of organization]. I also understand that any violation of the above rules is unethical and may constitute a criminal offense. If I commit a violation, my access rights may be revoked, academic disciplinary measures may be taken and/or appropriate legal measures may be taken. Any employee who has violated this policy may be subject to disciplinary action, including dismissal. The scope of this policy is to define appropriate remote access and its use by authorized personnel. Terms of Use (to be signed by all adult users and students from Grade 5 onwards) Note: Call accounts are considered “on demand” accounts.

Account activity is monitored and if a calling account is not used for a period of six months, the account expires and stops working. If appointment access is required later, the person must apply for a new account as described above. As a parent or guardian of [please print student`s name] ___ [Name of organization] has taken reasonable steps to control access to the Internet, but cannot guarantee that all disputed information will not be accessible to student users. I agree that I do not hold the [name of organization] responsible for the equipment purchased on the network. In addition, I take full responsibility for monitoring if and when my child`s use is not in a school environment. I hereby grant my child permission to use network resources, including the Internet, available through [Organization Name]. . Passphrases Passphrases are typically used for public/private key authentication. A public/private key system defines a mathematical relationship between the public key known to all and the private key known only to the user. Without the passphrase to “unlock” the private key, the user cannot access it. It is the policy of the [name of organization] to maintain an environment that fosters ethical and responsible behavior in all online networking activities of staff and students. This constitutes a violation of this policy if an employee, student or other person is involved in activities that do not comply with the established purpose and the general rules and policies of the network.

As part of this general policy, the [name of organization] recognizes its legal and ethical obligation to protect the well-being of students in their responsibility. To this end, the [name of organization] retains the following rights and recognizes the following obligations: The purpose of this policy is to protect [name of organization`s] electronic information from accidental exposure by authorized personnel through a remote access connection. Application developers should ensure that their programs include the following safeguards: The goal of this strategy is to set a standard for creating strong passwords, protecting those passwords, and making changes. Passphrases are not the same as passwords. A passphrase is a longer version of a password and therefore more secure. A passphrase usually consists of several words. For this reason, a passphrase is safer against “dictionary attacks.” A good passphrase is relatively long and contains a combination of uppercase and lowercase letters, as well as numbers and punctuation marks. An example of a good passphrase is: All of the above rules that apply to passwords also apply to passphrases.

Because the Internet is an unregulated global means of communication, the information available to staff and students is impossible to control. Therefore, the [name of the governing body] adopts this Directive, which regulates the voluntary use of electronic resources and the internet, in order to provide guidance to individuals and groups who access those resources on devices belonging to organisations linked to [name of organisation] or via [name of organisation]. The [name of organization] recognizes the value of computers and other electronic resources in improving student learning and improving the management and operation of their schools. To this end, the [name of governing body] shall encourage the responsible use of computers; computer networks, including the Internet; and other electronic resources in support of the mission and objectives of the [name of the organization] and its schools. Remote access to [organization name] networks must be controlled either by one-time password authentication or by a public/private key system with a strong passphrase. These guidelines are designed to help you get the most out of the messaging features at your disposal. You should understand the following: The scope of this policy includes all employees who have or are responsible for an account (or other form of access that supports or requires a password) on a system located in an [organization name], that has access to the [organization name] network, or that stores non-public [organization name] information. Application management account: Any account that is intended to manage an application (for example. B Oracle database administrator, ISSU administrator). 4.4 Use of passwords and passphrases for REMOTE Access users [organization name] Employees and authorized third parties (customers, suppliers, etc.) may use dial-up connections to access the corporate or agency network.

Remote access must be tightly controlled using one-time password authentication. Call access must be requested through the application process on behalf of the company. It is the responsibility of employees with remote access rights to ensure that a remote access connection to [organization name] is not used by non-employees to access company information system resources. Employees who are granted remote access rights should be constantly aware that dial-up connections between their location and [organization name] are literal extensions of [organization name] corporate network and provide a potential path to the organization`s most sensitive information. The employee and/or authorized third party must take all reasonable steps to protect the assets of [name of organization]. Analog and non-GSM digital mobile phones cannot be used to connect to [organization name]`s corporate network because their signals can be easily scanned and/or hijacked by unauthorized persons. Only standard GSM digital mobile phones are considered secure enough to connect to [organization name] network. For more information about wireless access to the network [organization name], see the wireless communication policy. (Courtesy of Rochester School Department, Rochester, New Hampshire) (Courtesy of the Rhode Island Department of Education) ????????????????????????? Parent name (please print) Passwords are used for various purposes under the [organization name]. Common uses include: user-level accounts, web accounts, email accounts, screen saver protection, voice mail password, and connections to the local router. Since very few systems support one-time tokens (i.e.

dynamic passwords that are only used once), everyone should know how to choose strong passwords. Parental agreement (to be signed by the parents of all student users under the age of eighteen). . . .