Information Security

The Information Security Office (ISO) serves as the University's resource for guidance on information security compliance with information-related laws, regulations and policies. The ISO administers the University's Information Security Program and reports to senior management through the Vice President for Information Services.

The Information Security Office:

  • Oversees information security policies, standards and guidelines.
  • Provides compliance oversight, and risk assessments.
  • Coordinates information security efforts, incident response and user awareness.
  • Works in conjunction with university officials in such areas as FERPA, GLBA and PCI to maintain regulatory compliance and to protect the confidentiality, integrity and availability of University information assets.

The ISO keeps in close contact with outside security organizations, researches new trends, monitors current security events, and collaborates in disseminating new information to the Bryant community.


Information Security Office

Fall and Spring (semester hours)
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Winter and Summer
Mon - Fri
8:30 am - 4 pm

infosec@bryant.edu
(401) 232-6999

Phish Bowl

Search through the latest phishing emails reported by Bryant users and find out how you can report suspicious emails.

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Resources

Get more information about the standards used by the University's Information Security Office.

PCI Security Standards

NIST Framework

More Help

The U.S. government makes the following resources available for reporting internet crimes and identity theft.

Report Identity Theft

Report Internet Fraud

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