Protect Your Personal Computer
If you use a university or departmentally managed computer, such as a MiWorkspace computer, your security settings are likely managed for you. If you use a personally owned laptop or desktop computer, or self-manage your university-owned computer, you are responsible for properly securing it.
Your computer may contain personal and private information - notes, photos, contacts, documents, saved passwords, and more. Secure and manage your computer to protect your information.
You may also be permitted to access or maintain sensitive institutional data using your own computer. If so, you are expected to properly secure and manage it. See University Data and Personally Owned Devices for a complete list of your responsibilities when accessing sensitive U-M data from your own devices.
Securing and Managing Your Computer
Related U-M Policies and Standards