Chicago, IL. OculusIT, a leading managed IT, security, and cloud services company, recently announced its partnership with Young Harris College for a GLBA Compliance Assessment.
The Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) requires higher education institutions to explain their information-sharing practices to their students and staff, and to safeguard sensitive data. Through this engagement, OculusIT will perform the following assessments for Young Harris College:

  • Threat assessment
  • Asset identification
  • Audit technical, administrative and physical controls
  • Data security measures
  • Risk mitigation
  • Incident response procedures
  • Network design check and utilization analysis
  • Network configuration and backup policy
  • IOS and patch status on network and security devices
  • Network vulnerability assessment
  • Password management

‘We’re pleased to partner with Young Harris College for GLBA assessment services”, said Joe Redwine, President at OculusIT. “It is crucial for higher education institutions to ensure compliance to data privacy regulations; we’re glad to help bring them a step closer to a proactive cybersecurity posture and to safeguard sensitive data.”

About Young Harris College
Founded in 1886, Young Harris College is a private baccalaureate and master’s degree-granting institution located in North Georgia. It educates over 1400 students and is endorsed by the University Senate of The United Methodist Church as an affiliated United Methodist institution.
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About OculusIT
OculusIT  is a global, managed IT, security and cloud services company that, together with its technology partners, having served more than 600 colleges and universities. Headquartered in Chicago, OculusIT™ has a delivery network and operations across North America and globally.
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