The Operations and Systems unit of Computer Services is committed to securely, efficiently, and reliably provide the services required to meet Missouri State’s enterprise-wide computing needs. In pursuit of this purpose, Operations and Systems maintains and manages over 300 physical and virtual servers while providing a variety of other services to the university.
Threats to computing and communications environments are evolving. While computers have transformed the workplace and become integral to university life, they have also provided opportunity for nefarious elements to prey on our information assets. Defending against cyber attack is not simply a movie plot; it is now a fact-of-life.
If you have questions about the services we provide, or would like to discuss any information security related concerns you might have, please contact us at InformationSecurity@MissouriState.edu.
Validate compliance with federal and state requirements for information security, to deter financial loss, inhibited productivity, civil and criminal liability, and diminished reputation.
Provide assessment and guidance on information security risks by identifying, evaluating, and communicating threats and vulnerabilities; developing and maintaining policies and supporting processes; and enforcing regulatory requirements.
Counterintelligence and mitigation
Implement and operate security management systems to detect and deter malicious activity affecting the university's information management resources.
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