The vision for the University of Georgia is a campus environment where the protection of
sensitive information and information technology resources is a shared responsibility among
administrators, faculty, students, IT professionals, and staff. This responsibility is
reflected in the awareness, training, education, and implementation of security best
practices based on the individual's role and level of accountability.
The role-based accountability model is based on the relationship between two people:
the supervisor and the supervisee. Resources, planning, and monitoring the success of
training and skills acquisition are built into the performance evaluation process.
An effective implementation of this model will provide access to awareness,
training and education of the various management, operational, and technical controls
that are available to protect our data resources.
Everyone on campus has a role in security accountability.