University Information Policy Office, email@example.com
This policy applies to all users of Indiana University information technology resources regardless of affiliation, and irrespective of whether those resources are accessed from on-campus or off-campus locations.
Only wireless networking equipment installed and managed by or under the auspices of UITS or regional campus counterparts is allowed to be connected to the university network.
UITS and regional campus counterparts are responsible for establishing standards and procedures governing wireless networking.
Wireless networking offers increased convenience for mobile users. However, wireless networking introduces significant additional risks not associated with wired networks (e.g., exposing the network and its traffic to unauthorized parties external to the physical space within which it is deployed). If not deployed and configured correctly, wireless networking can cause service interruptions and make network problems difficult or impossible to isolate and identify. In addition, if wireless networking services are not properly secured, unauthorized users may be able to access the university network or to monitor network traffic. The installation of these devices must therefore be managed and coordinated.
University Information Technology Services (UITS) and regional campus counterparts are responsible for the university's data, video, and voice communications network. This includes designing, deploying, documenting, monitoring, maintaining, supporting, and troubleshooting the physical data, video, and voice networks of the university, as well as the management of the Internet Protocol (IP) address spaces assigned to Indiana University (including public and private addresses).
Indiana University will handle reports of misuse and abuse of information and information technology resources in accordance with existing policies and procedures issued by appropriate authorities. Depending on the individual and circumstances involved this could include the offices of Human Resources, Vice Provost or Vice Chancellor of Faculties (or campus equivalent), Dean of Students (or campus equivalent), Office of the General Counsel, and/or appropriate law enforcement agencies. See policy IT-02, Misuse and Abuse of Information Technology Resources for more detail.
Failure to comply with Indiana University information technology policies may result in sanctions relating to the individual's use of information technology resources (such as suspension or termination of access, or removal of online material); the individual's employment (up to and including immediate termination of employment in accordance with applicable university policy); the individual's studies within the university (such as student discipline in accordance with applicable university policy); civil or criminal liability; or any combination of these.