Dundalk Institute of Technology has published a set of IT Policy documents to provide advice and direction to its user base in the use of, and the management and delivery of IT systems and services.
These documents also advise users who use these services on the use and general norms of behaviour while using these services acting as a representative the greater Dundalk Institute Staff & Student body.
To this end a set of policies, have been prepared to advise users on the various governance aspects of using the Institute’s IT services and the effective operation and delivery of such IT services.
The policy documents outlined below start off with a summary document outling the IT Policy Documentation framework, followed by the specific policy documents in a general classification group.
- Summary of Main IT Policy framework
- IT Documentation Framework
- Detailed Policy Documents are published here under:
- User Advisory on use of IT services
- ICT Policy (Acceptable Usage Policy)
- Social Media Management Policy
- Wireless Internet Usage Policy (Wireless Usage Policy)
- Legal requirements & Data confidentiality
- Compliance Policy
- Information Security Policy
- Data Governance Policy (Internal Use Only)
- IT Support Delivery
- Logical Access Policy
- Physical Access Policy
- Remote access Policy
Other Policies / Procedures
Procedures for IT related purchases
- Procedures and Guidelines for the Purchase, Control and Disposal of Fixed Assets
- Procedures for ordering IT related purchases
User Management Procedures
DkIT's Computer Services department provide wireless Internet connectivity as a service for staff, students and guests with wireless-enabled devices.
All internal DkIT computers with the exception of specific services as defined in the Firewall are protected from outside network access by a firewall.
Caretaking staff WILL NOT move assets to another location, eg Chairs, tables, computers or DISPOSE of assets unless they are shown a copy of the relative form which has been completed and sent to Finance for updating on the register.
The purpose of this document is to provide direction, coordination and management of relevant Information Technology (IT) documentation within Dundalk Institute of Technology.
IT documentation is considered to include IT Policies, IT Standards, IT Procedures and related guidelines.
The purpose of this policy is to provide direction to Dundalk Institute of Technology staff, students and external parties on what they need to comply with in order for Dundalk Institute of Technology to be maintain overall legal and statutory compliance and to maintain the good reputation and s
Dundalk Institute of Technology information systems underpin all of the Institute’s activities, and are essential to its teaching, learning, research and administrative functions. Security of information must therefore be an integral part of the Institute’s operation and structure to ensure cont
The purpose of this policy is to set direction for the creation, management and moderation of Dundalk Institute of Technology social media presence on appropriate websites including social media platforms.
The purpose of this policy is to provide direction on the minimum documentation (agreements) that Dundalk Institute of Technology and third parties must have in place prior to outsourced arrangements being finalised with them.
Dundalk IT collects personal data as part of its normal day to day activities.
Computer Services has a number of Standards and Guidelines that provide assistance to users who access IT services at Dundalk Institute of Technology.
These standards cover the following
This section outlines the varous access policies in relation to