Terms and Conditions
To qualify for use of the encryption service you are expected:
- To ensure that your computer conforms to the current minimum hardware and software specifications set down by IT Services
- To abide by the University Board approved IT and Network Code of Conduct governing the usage of computers in Trinity College Dublin for the time being set down by IT Services
- To abide by the University Board approved Information Security Policy and its supporting documentation for the time being set down by IT Services
The following requirements must also be met:
- To request this service, you must be a currently registered member of Trinity College staff. Students must ask their supervisor (authorising party) to request the service on their behalf.
- The device in question must be connected to the Trinity data network
- All users must know their network login password
- macOS users must know their Mac administrator password
- All users must back up their data before making an application for this service
- Users must permit IT Services to install licensed data encryption software on their devices and apply security settings. Any settings or software installed should not be removed/disabled or reconfigured. All encrypted devices will be entered in a centrally managed database.
- Users must not remove/disable/reconfigure the configurations or settings relating to the encryption service or permit personnel outside of IT Services staff to do so
- If the user's account expires or is disabled, all facilities will be terminated. In the event of such termination, users are obliged to contact the IT Service Desk so that the encryption software can be removed.
The University of Dublin and Trinity College Dublin and their servants or agents, including IT Services and its personnel will not be responsible for:
- Any loss of users data however caused
- Any damage to or loss or theft of property or data however caused occurring while the computer is in the care of IT Services