Confidentiality: U.S. Employees
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In the course of your employment, you may have access to personnel, student, financial, or other records considered sensitive or confidential by NYIT or protected by laws such as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). As a result of your employment, you agree that:
- I will not duplicate any work-related material for my own use without the permission of the appropriate supervisor or administrator.
- I will not retrieve, examine, destroy, alter, or render inaccessible any work-related material, except where I am authorized to do so as part of my job responsibilities.
- I will not discuss the contents of work-related material outside of my responsibilities without the permission of the appropriate supervisor or administrator.
- I will not disclose any work-related material that may be questionable under this agreement without the permission of the appropriate supervisor or administrator.
- I am responsible for protecting passwords issued to me authorizing access to NYIT records and files required to fulfill my job description.
- I understand that all procedures, creative work, written documents, records and computer programs created for NYIT use are the property of NYIT and are not for public disclosure or use.
- I understand that this confidentiality obligation applies both throughout my employment with NYIT and after I leave.
- I understand that violation of the terms or intent of this confidentiality policy may subject me to disciplinary action up to and including suspension or termination of employment.
Work-related material is defined as paper or electronic documents, applications, and materials.