Sheridan is committed to providing users with a safe and secure computing environment that protects Sheridan's electronic resources and the privacy of individuals.
Sheridan community members are encouraged to report any complaints or concerns about the abuse of information resources, malware infections, or other violations of Sheridan's Acceptable Use Policy. [Read more about Sheridan's Acceptable Use Policy.]
Information Security can provide employee users around the College with guidance regarding security architecture and consultations about security best practices. [Read more about security consultations.]
Sheridan employees who manage or support a network server(s) can request a security scan to help identify any system vulnerabilities. [Read more about security scanning.]
Notifications to the campus community regarding information security related threats will be available from this page. Notifications can be about specific phishing scams, virus and malware warnings, and other threats that could compromise information security at Sheridan.