Security Compliance

The UC Irvine Health Security Compliance Program is designed to ensure that we assess and address the highest security risks to our electronic information.

Compliance activities include:

  • Maintaining audit logs of system accesses
  • Scanning systems for external intrusions
  • Providing education and training on security issues
  • Periodically reminding staff of ways to protect information

However, 90 percent of security compliance depends on individual staff members.You can help by:

  • Not sharing your passwords with anyone
  • Encrypting any files containing patient information that you are keeping on laptops, memory sticks and other portable devices
  • Creating strong passwords for accessing systems
  • Logging off computers when you are finished using them

When using computers in a shared area, make sure that you:

  • Log off when you are finished using them
  • Clear your screen of any confidential messages, such those sent through the paging system

Notice of Privacy Practice

View the UC Irvine Health Notice of Privacy Practice in English or in Spanish.

Compliance Tips

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Compliance Week 2018

We will celebrate Compliance & Ethics Week Nov. 4-10, 2018.

Compliance Contacts

Chief Compliance & Privacy Officer

Deputy Compliance Officer

Compliance and Privacy Office