As part of Stanford University School of Medicine’s ongoing data security efforts, we are asking individuals likely to work with Stanford's electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) to participate in the Stanford University Data Security Program. This program requires that all computers or mobile devices that access Stanford data be encrypted and managed.
All computers used to access Stanford ePHI are subject to these requirements: both Stanford-supplied computers or mobile devices, and personal computers or mobile devices. It is the personal responsibility of each individual who works with (or could reasonably be exposed to) ePHI or other Moderate or High Risk (previously Restricted or Prohibited) information to ensure that their devices comply with this program.
Participating in the program is easy: see below for how to get started. If you need help, check the Frequently Asked Questions.