Types of sensitive institutional data appropriate for the research computing and database systems at IU

At Indiana University, in accordance with laws and policies that protect the privacy and security of institutional data, the UITS research computing systems and the Research Database Complex (RDC) are appropriate for work involving the following types of institutional data:

To determine the most sensitive classification of institutional data you can store on any given UITS service, see Choose an appropriate storage solution in About dedicated file storage services and IT services with storage components appropriate for sensitive institutional data, including research data containing protected health information.

UITS provides consulting and online help for Indiana University researchers, faculty, and staff who need help securely processing, storing, and sharing data containing protected health information (PHI). If you have questions about managing HIPAA-regulated data at IU, contact UITS HIPAA Consulting. To learn more about properly ensuring the safe handling of PHI on UITS systems, see the UITS IT Training video Securing HIPAA Workflows on UITS Systems. For additional details about HIPAA compliance at IU, see HIPAA Privacy & Security on the University Compliance website.

If you have system-specific questions about IU's research computing systems, contact the UITS High Performance Systems (HPS) team. If you have questions about RDC accounts and/or databases, contact RDC Administration.

This is document bdis in the Knowledge Base.
Last modified on 2018-09-12 11:07:30.

Contact us

For help or to comment, email the UITS Support Center.