Insecure Faculty Computer Trade-In (FACT) configuration issues

Another concern was with the Faculty Computer Trade-In (FACT) program having an insecure default configuration resulting in possible data breaches and waste of faculty time. Processes have been changed to address the insecure FACT computer configuration issues. In addition, the campus is in the process of setting up a more secure way to allow remote desktop access from off campus that will further reduce these security concerns. Also, university security policies require that the remote desktop feature be turned off by default. Remote Desktop access can be requested at the time that the machine is set up with College level IT professionals.