ARCHIVED: About the Identity Finder Console for IU system administrators

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UITS decommissioned the Identity Finder service on February 28, 2019. Along with its edge partners, UITS has begun exploring alternative services and will start a proof of concept during 2019. For instructions for uninstalling Identity Finder, see Manually remove Spirion Identity Finder.

The Identity Finder Console uses multiple layers of security when processing and storing sensitive information received from endpoints. At Indiana University, all results are masked before they are sent to the Global Identity Finder Solution, and the database and all communications are encrypted. Additionally, the services comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS). Identity Finder has been thoroughly vetted by IU security and policy groups, such as the University Information Security Office (UISO), and by the university's third-party Qualified Security Assessor (QSA).

Identity Finder Endpoint also uses multiple security mechanisms to ensure that sensitive data is encrypted.

For more about Identity Finder Console, or to request access to Identity Finder Console at IU, see the UITS Leveraged Services Identity Finder - Getting Started page.

For help with Identity Finder, see its comprehensive help system. Alternatively, see the UITS Leveraged Services Global Identity Finder page, or contact your campus Support Center.

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Last modified on 2019-02-28 08:18:09.

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