The University of Hawaii is implementing its new Information Security Program. One requirement of the program is that all public file, web, and ftp servers must be registered & scanned for sensitive, personal information and vulnerabilities.
Servers are inherently used to store information. Sensitive, personal information may inadvertantly be placed on these servers at any time. To protect information stored on these servers, they are required to be scanned & remediated for vulnerabilities and sensitive information on a regular basis (at a minimum, annually).
If sensitive, personal information is stored on the server (as defined by UH Executive Policy E2.214), quarterly scans will be required.For more information about "Protecting Sensitive Information at UH", please read: http://www.hawaii.edu/askus/1266
To register your servers, please click on "Registration Console" located in the blue navigation bar near the top of this page. You will need to login with your UH username and password to continue with registration.
You will need to enter the following information for each server:
- Server IP Number
- Operating System
- Server Type
- Contact information for the server administrator
- Type of information stored on the server
- Remediation information (assumption is that there will not be any remediation information initially)
Registration database is unavailable daily from 3:00 a.m. to ~6:00 a.m. for scheduled maintenance.
Information Security Officer