Office of Information Security

Office of Information Security

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi's Office of Information Security (OIS) coordinates compliance with Texas Administrative Code (TAC), including Chapter 202 “Information Security Standards,” Chapter 206 "Institution of Higher Education Websites," and TAC 213 "Electronic and Information Resources" as well as other accessibility, information security, and privacy regulations, e.g. ADA, FERPA, HIPAA, PCI.

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About OIS

The Office of Information Security works to protect the University from a variety of cyber threats.
Learn about OIS

Cyber Security Awareness Month

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Learn how you can get on the road to cyber security.
Learn more about 2021 events

Exception Requests

When information systems are not in compliance with the Security Controls Standard Catalog, file an IT Policy Exception Request form.
Request an IT Policy Exception

Awareness and Training

Be better prepared for a cyber attack by using educational resources available on phishing, multi-factor authentication, and more. Or schedule a training session with OIS.
Find resources or schedule training

Cyber Security News

Learn about cyber security in the news and how it affects higher education, including events at TAMU-CC.
Read current cyber security news

Cyber Security Career Paths

Cyber security jobs are in high demand! It is not just for information technology majors. Learn how you can get into the field. Also check out internship and financial aid opportunities.
Learn about cyber security career paths

Digital Accessibility

Per TAC 206 and 213, OIS reviews the accessibility of Electronic and Information Resources (EIR) and also provides guidance and consultation.
Learn more about digital (EIR) accessibility

Digital Accessibility News

News in digital accessibility around the world and at the university, discussing current trends, innovations, and challenges.
Read about digital accessibility in the news

Information Technology Service Desk

As an end user you can create service requests and incidents, review your items, and edit your user profile. Use the toolbar to create a new request, or to view previously submitted requests. You can edit your user profile by selecting My Profile.