IT Incidents

It is the responsibility of the President, Vice Presidents, Deans and Directors, IT Managers, to properly respond in a consistent manner, with appropriate leadership and technical resources, to an incident that threatens the availability, confidentiality, and integrity of information resources.

The Information Technology office are to facilitate and provide guidance with any computer security incidents that affects college IT resources or threatens the availability, confidentiality, and integrity of college information.


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What is an incident?

An incident can be defined as any act that violates Information Security policies.

The types of activity below are common violations and should be reported to Western IT:

  • unauthorized attempts (either failed or successful) to gain access to a system or data
  • unauthorized use of a system for processing or storing data
  • inappropriate usage according to the IT Security Policy or Acceptable Use Policy
  • theft or loss of college computing equipment and/or data


How can I report an incident?

If you would like to report an incident that meets the criteria for a violation please contact the Helpdesk at 580-477-7907 and send an e-mail to Please do not submit personally identifiable information via email.

Or, report a Safety and Security Incident Report.


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