To ensure secure, efficient and proper management of U-M network resources, unit IT staff must consider how changes to one area of the network can impact the security of university systems, applications, and data, including the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of university information in transit.
ITS-NSO receives and reviews all requests for extensions to the University Network. A frequent example of such a request is “I need a new IP address space.” These requests should be submitted as a Catalog Request through the ITS Service Center.
Once a request is received, ITS-NSO evaluates the request work with the requester to implement the extension. If the ITS-NSO team determines there are issues with fulfilling the request, they will bring in ITS leaders and work together with the requester to find a reasonable solution.
Security for the Internet of Things (IoT)
ITS-NSO strives to provide the same amount of security that faculty, students and staff have at home. To this end, ITS-NSO is increasing the layer of security for MSetup devices (including IoT devices) and users by placing the MSetup WiFi service behind a security appliance which will increase protection for devices on the network from malicious internet traffic. Be sure to register all devices through MSetup.
For best practices with Internet of Things devices, see Secure Your Internet of Things Devices