Institute of European and American Studies (IEAS)INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY-English Version Institute of European and American Studies (IEAS)INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY-中文版
About IEAS INFORMATION SECURITY POLICY
Collection and utilization of personal information
  • In accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act and related regulations, information will not be arbitrarily released to third parties.
    When using this Web site, this Web site will automatically collect the following information: date and time, the Web pages you have selected, your URL, your Web browser, your actions on this Web site (such as downloads) and whether or not they were successful. This information will only be used to improve this Web sites content. Monitor behavior that causes a major load on this Web site.
Information safety rights training
  • Assign appropriate job responsibilities and distribution rights and set up an evaluation and examination system and if necessary, a mutual support system for personnel who handle sensitive or secret information or whose job requires them to have system administration rights.
    Deal with personnel who take leave, retire, or are suspended in accordance with the established procedure for such cases and immediately withdraw their access rights to the various system resources.
    Provide information security education and training to personnel at different levels based on their role and function. To improve knowledge of information security and observance of security regulations, encourage personnel to gain an understanding of the importance of information security and potential security risks.
Information security and protection
  • Establish a procedure to handle information security events and assign relevant personnel with the responsibility to deal rapidly and effectively with information security events.
    Establish a change management reporting mechanism for information infrastructure and systems to avoid security leaks. Carefully handle and protect personal information in accordance with provisions of the Computer-Processed Personal Data Protection Act.
    Set up a system backup facility to perform regular backups of necessary information and software to ensure speedy recovery of normal operation during breakdowns or storage media failures.
Network security management
  • Install a firewall to control transfer of internal network data and access from outside networks and establish a rigorous identification procedure.
    Do not store confidential and sensitive data and files in a system open to the outside world. Do not e-mail confidential files.
    Conduct regular internal network data security and virus checks, and update virus definitions and other security measures.
System access control management
  • Depending on operating system and security management requirements, set up a password confirmation and modification procedure and keep a record.
    Assign access rights to personnel of all levels depending on job requirements. Account numbers and passwords to restrict access must be distributed by system administrators and changed on a regular basis.

 

TOP