ARCHIVED: Completed project: Software inventory for P2P and vulnerability awareness

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Primary UITS contact: Jonny Sweeny

Completed: April 19, 2010

Description: The UIPO purchased a software inventory application to assist in alerting users of the risks of peer-to-peer file sharing applications and of vulnerabilities in installed software applications.

Status: Completed; UIPO licensed Secunia CSI in November 2009 and is distributing the client. Email notifications were sent starting in March 2010.

Comment process: Email uipo@iu.edu.

Benefits: Users will be able to protect their systems and data by removing or patching software that currently puts them at risk.

Related information: See At IU, what are the Secunia software inspection products?

Project team:

  • Jonny Sweeny, UIPO
  • Chris White, UIPO
  • Tim Goth, UIPO

Governance: Jonny Sweeny, Project Director

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