CUI – Training and Resources

Training

All faculty and staff who may come into contact with Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) data in their course of performing their job duties are required to take training. The training required depends upon your job, and the nature of your interaction with CUI data here at the university.

I’m working on a research project that involves CUI data

Researchers and the staff who work with them (including students) should complete the following training:

You must successfully pass the assessment at the end of the DoD Mandatory CUI training, and email your certificate of completion to the CUI team.

I’m a member of the IT Service Desk

IT Staff who provide technical support to research teams handling CUI data should complete the following training:

You must successfully pass the assessment at the end of the DoD Mandatory CUI training, and email your certificate of completion to the CUI team.

I work with Information Security to operate the WUSTL-Secure Enclave environment

IT Staff who operate and maintain the WUSTL-Secure Enclave environment for storing and working with CUI data should complete the following training:

You must successfully pass the assessment at the end of the DoD Mandatory CUI training, and email your certificate of completion to the CUI team.

In addition, IT Staff will be assigned various trainings delivered by the Infosec Institute. To see your assigned trainings, please sign in to the Infosec Institute using your WUSTL Key (domain: washington-university-st-louis)

I maintain the physical environment where CUI research occurs (e.g. facilities or admins)

Staff who maintain the physical environment where CUI research is happening need to know about the steps WashU takes to maintain the physical security of these environments. A short, 5-minute Learn@Work video, Working in CUI Research Areas (coming soon), covers the protections you should maintain.

Resources



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