|Mt. San Antonio College provides broad access to its computing,
communications and information resources. These resources support the
delivery of the college's academic mission and accordingly, they must be
used responsibly. These resources include, the
physical data communications network and all computers, printers,
scanners and other hardware attached to that network, as well as all
system software, telephone systems, and means of
access to the Internet.
Selected Examples of Unacceptable Use:
- Revealing passwords to others, allowing someone else to use your account.
- Utilizing network or system id numbers/names that are not assigned
for one's specific use on the designated system.
- Attempting to authorize, delete, or alter files or systems not
created by oneself without proper authorization from the Chief
Technology Officer or his/her designee.
- Watching Internet videos or listening to Internet radio on your
computer without authorization from the Chief Technology Officer.
- Not complying with requests from designated personnel to discontinue
activities that threaten the integrity of computing resources.
- Attempting to defeat data protection schemes or to uncover security
- Connecting unauthorized equipment to the campus network.
(Devices such as PDAs, printers, and USB drives that connect to a
computer and not directly to the network are acceptable.)
- Registering a Mt. San Antonio College IP address with any other domain name.
- Unauthorized network scanning or attempts to intercept network traffic.
- Malicious disruptions such as intentionally introducing a computer
virus to the campus network.
- Harassing or threatening other users of the campus network.
|By accessing Mt. San Antonio College computing, communication, and
information resources, you agree to be bound by these terms.
These terms are subject to change. Updated versions of this and other
related documents will be made available at http://infosecurity.mtsac.edu/.
If you do not agree with these terms, or with future changes to these
terms, you must discontinue all use of applicable College resources.
A violation of these terms may result in civil, criminal, or other