End Point Encryption

Overview

The End Point Encryption project is a forthcoming joint initiative from the Endpoint Operations and Services (EOS), The Information Security Office (ISO), and IT Client Services (ITCS) are working to support IS-3 Security policy requiring University devices to be encrypted by July 1, 2020.

The project will define processes to implement the IS-3 Policy's encryption requirements and processes needed to support end-users.

Disk Encryption will be implemented using Microsoft Windows BitLocker on Windows endpoints (Education, Enterprise, and Professional versions) and Apple FileVault 2 on Mac endpoints. Encryption key escrow will be done using Dell Encryption’s management console.

Current Phase

EOS is working with ITCS and Department IT staff to test the Windows and Mac encryption installer from the Self Service application on computers using the campus Berkeley Desktop configuration (managed computers). 

How to Get Started

  • Find additional information on Dell Encryption

  • The project team is in the middle of the test phase and not accepting more test users at this time. There will be an announcement sent to the EOS Announce (Google Groups mailing list) when the pilot phase begins after testing has been completed. If you are not a member of EOS Announce Google Group but would like to participate in the pilot phase, then please contact iso@berkeley.edu or EOS via ServiceNow.

Service Details and Additional Information

  • More information will be posted as it becomes available. If you have specific questions or would like more information, then you may also contact EOS via ServiceNow

 

More information will be posted as it becomes available.

 

 

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