Are you one of AAU's many lecturers? Then you've come to the right place. On this page you will find the things that are most important for you to know about information security in your work.
3 tips for lecturers
Protect your personal devices
As a lecturer, you're likely to be in many different locations throughout your day. Make sure you remember your belongings (e.g. PC, phone and physical data sets) so they don't get forgotten in the classroom and end up in the wrong hands. Also, remember to lock your computer when you're not using it (Win: Windows key + L Mac: Ctrl + cmd + Q). It may seem simple and a bit impractical, but it doesn't change the fact that a locked computer is a good defence.
Create a good culture around information security
The information your students work with also needs to be kept secure. That's why it's a good idea to create a good culture around information security, as it will also be relevant to them once they graduate. Create a dialogue about the importance of keeping information secure and make sure to maintain it. You can find inspiration on this page.
Refer your students to security.aau.dk
Your students will no doubt have questions about, or challenges with, information security in their coursework. Security.aau.dk is also for students and contains a large collection of information that you may need at AAU when it comes to keeping information secure. See for example the most frequently asked questions.
Report a Security Incident
Want to report a security incident? Or are you curious about what a security incident actually is? As an employee or student at AAU, you must report security incidents as soon as you experience them.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Do you have a question that you haven't found the answer to yet? Then you might be lucky that others have asked the same question before. On this page you will find the most frequently asked questions about information security at Aalborg University.