Table of Contents
- Server Hardening Checklists
- Handheld Hardening Checklists
- Multifunction Device Hardening Checklist
- Secure Web Application Coding Guidelines
- Security Checklists for Hosted IT Services
- 3rd Party Security Assessments Minimum Requirements
- Crestron and Room Automation Device Guidelines
Server Hardening Checklists
The Information Security Office maintains these pages as a resource for campus IT administrators. For recommended practices for securing servers, select your operating system below:
Multifunction Device Hardening Checklist
This checklist contains multifunction device (MFD) hardening requirements. An MFD is sometimes called a multifunction printer (MFP) or all-in-one (AIO) device, and typically incorporates printing, copying, scanning, and faxing capabilities.
Handheld Hardening Checklists
The hardening checklists are based on the comprehensive checklists produced by the Center for Internet Security (CIS), when possible. The Information Security Office has distilled the CIS lists down to the most critical steps for your systems, with a particular focus on configuration issues that are unique to the computing environment at The University of Texas at Austin.
Secure Web Application Coding Guidelines
The secure Web application coding guidelines contain best practices and design guidelines for application developers on campus. The checklists are intended to be a concise reference document for developers.
If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact the Information Security Office at email@example.com.
Security Checklist for Hosted IT Services
The security checklist for hosted IT services contains information to assist purchasing project sponsors in addressing risk management, contract review, and ongoing Vendor management, with the goal of minimizing risk to university data. See the change log for a list of changes to this document.