Human Resources records available from the Human Resources Management System (HRMS) are confidential and the Property of the University of British Columbia.
Data security of the HRMS system is defined as the protection of information systems, data facilities, and resources against accidental or deliberate threats to their confidentiality, integrity, or availability.
Deans, Directors and Department Heads are accountable for ensuring the responsible use of administrative system access privileges granted through their authority. Specifically, individuals authorizing administrative system access are responsible for:
HRMS users are responsible for the prudent and secure use of information facilities in compliance with good business practice and security standards. An HRMS user assigned a unique user identification code and secret password is individually accountable for all systems access granted through that user identification code and password. HRMS user responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Protection of information assets and compliance with this security agreement and accompanying procedures are basic terms of continued administrative system access privileges. Failure to comply with this agreement could result in disciplinary action including termination of system access privileges.