Information handling 

All of us handle information as part of our jobs at the University. Much of this information handling is routine following well established working practices however, it's important to ensure these practices continue to be safe, compliant and efficient.  These same assurances are also highly important and checks must always be done when introducing a new set of working practices, a new system or dealing with information for the first time.

This information handling guidance is designed to assist in identifying any risks associated with using a classification of information within a specific activity and whether this is permissible or needs attention.

In order to be able to effectively use this guidance please familiarise yourself with the Information Classification Scheme [pdf].


How to use the guides
Information lifecycle guide
Common use case guide