5.9 Confidential and Sensitive Information
last revised: Nov-2011
Richland Community College is committed to the protection of confidential and sensitive information assets and the resources that support these assets. The Board of Trustees authorizes and delegates to the President of the College the authority to develop Confidential and Sensitive Information Programs and Procedures that are consistent with statutory requirements and consistent with the goals of this policy. Statutory requirements include but are not limited to the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act, the Federal Trade Commission, Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act Red Flag Regulations, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, the Illinois Personal Protection Information Act, the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard, and other regulations as applicable. Richland Community College programs shall include the appointment of an Information Security Officer, risk assessments, and general employee awareness communications.