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Data hygiene: Good habits to protect Cornell information

Most computer breaches are the result of errors in personal choices, uninformed computer practices, and incautious data handling procedures. Everyone has the responsibility to protect Cornell data on any computer used for Cornell work. Any Cornell data you access is in your care, whether it is data about other people, research, correspondence, or any other subject. This series of data hygiene videos highlights potential pitfalls and winning solutions when working with university information.

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