"Information Security Awareness (Isa) Pledge Form" - Florida

Information Security Awareness (Isa) Pledge Form is a legal document that was released by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice - a government authority operating within Florida.

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Information Security Awareness (ISA) Pledge
Information Security Is Everyone’s Responsibility
Please PRINT: ________________
_______________ _____________________
Last Name
First Name
Provider’s Complete Business Name
I Pledge To:
1. Take personal responsibility for security and use safe web, e-mail, and download security practices
as outlined in the accompanying Information Security Awareness training.
2. Lock my computer whenever I leave my work area.
3. Protect mobile devices in my possession physically as well as by using applicable security features.
4. Use strong passwords and never share them with anyone.
5. Follow DJJ’s IT policies and promptly report all security incidents or concerns to my supervisor and
my DJJ Contract Manager, who will then report the incident to DJJ’s Information Security
Manager as applicable.
6. Safeguard confidential data from unauthorized access, disclosure, loss, or theft.
7. Not post personal, confidential, or non-public information on social media.
8. Report any known or suspected Information Security incidents as outlined in this training.
Acknowledgment
(Please PRINT clearly)
A signed acknowledgment form must be received by the applicable DJJ Data Integrity Officer
before access is granted to any form of DJJ/JJIS data.
I,_________________________ acknowledge that I have taken DJJ’s ISA Pledge and
completed the required training course.
(Please Print 1
st
and Last Name)
I understand the annual training requirement set forth by FDJJ 1215. I will abide by DJJ’s IT
Security policies as well as related state and federal IT Security laws. I understand that unauthorized
access, transmission, disclosure, and destruction of IT Resources (i.e. data, applications, hardware,
network etc.) may result in revocation of system access and/or disciplinary action, up to and
including dismissal and/or potential criminal prosecution. I am responsible for safeguarding my
access to the DJJ’s IT Resources. I will not share my access permissions with anyone for any reason.
I will not misuse my access permissions under any circumstances.
_____________________
_______
______________________
_
Provider/Contractor’s Signature
Date
Provider’s Complete Mailing Address
DISTRIBUTION:
ORIGINAL: Applicable DJJ DIO
COPY: Applicable DJJ Contract/Grant Manager
COPY: Authorizing Supervisor/Manager of Signed Provider/Contractor
Information Security Awareness (ISA) Pledge
Information Security Is Everyone’s Responsibility
Please PRINT: ________________
_______________ _____________________
Last Name
First Name
Provider’s Complete Business Name
I Pledge To:
1. Take personal responsibility for security and use safe web, e-mail, and download security practices
as outlined in the accompanying Information Security Awareness training.
2. Lock my computer whenever I leave my work area.
3. Protect mobile devices in my possession physically as well as by using applicable security features.
4. Use strong passwords and never share them with anyone.
5. Follow DJJ’s IT policies and promptly report all security incidents or concerns to my supervisor and
my DJJ Contract Manager, who will then report the incident to DJJ’s Information Security
Manager as applicable.
6. Safeguard confidential data from unauthorized access, disclosure, loss, or theft.
7. Not post personal, confidential, or non-public information on social media.
8. Report any known or suspected Information Security incidents as outlined in this training.
Acknowledgment
(Please PRINT clearly)
A signed acknowledgment form must be received by the applicable DJJ Data Integrity Officer
before access is granted to any form of DJJ/JJIS data.
I,_________________________ acknowledge that I have taken DJJ’s ISA Pledge and
completed the required training course.
(Please Print 1
st
and Last Name)
I understand the annual training requirement set forth by FDJJ 1215. I will abide by DJJ’s IT
Security policies as well as related state and federal IT Security laws. I understand that unauthorized
access, transmission, disclosure, and destruction of IT Resources (i.e. data, applications, hardware,
network etc.) may result in revocation of system access and/or disciplinary action, up to and
including dismissal and/or potential criminal prosecution. I am responsible for safeguarding my
access to the DJJ’s IT Resources. I will not share my access permissions with anyone for any reason.
I will not misuse my access permissions under any circumstances.
_____________________
_______
______________________
_
Provider/Contractor’s Signature
Date
Provider’s Complete Mailing Address
DISTRIBUTION:
ORIGINAL: Applicable DJJ DIO
COPY: Applicable DJJ Contract/Grant Manager
COPY: Authorizing Supervisor/Manager of Signed Provider/Contractor