Secretary General

Commission for Information Technology, Communications and Information Security

Regulation:

This Commission was created by agreement of the Board of Governors on the 14th of March 2005.

Makeup:

(Agreements of Board of Governors: 7th of November 2014)

  • Chairperson: Secretary General or Vice-chancellor´s office with responsibility in information technology and communication matters.
  • Secretary: Academic Director of the Secretary General or Vice-chancellor´s office with responsibility in information technology and communication matters.
  • Members:
    • Vice-chancellor´s office with responsibilities in business relations matters
    • Director of Technology and Communications Area
    • Director of Libraries Area
    • Director for Legal Advice
    • Albacete  Higher School of Computer Engineering
    • Director of  Ciudad Real Higher School of Computer Science
    • Director of Department of Electrical Engineering, Electronics, Automation and Communications
    • Director of the Cuenca Polytechnic College
    • Director of the Computer Systems Department
    • Director of the Department for Technology and Information Systems
    • Mr Carlos Villarrubia Jiménez (Higher School of Computer Science. CR)
    • Mr Juan Carlos Checa García-Carmona (General Assistant Secretary)
    • Mr Daniel Tébar Martínez (Student)

Duties:

  • To put forward the strategy lines in information and communications technology.
  • To supervise the activities carried out in accordance with the goals set.
  • To promote use of information and communications technology to improve  performance of university duties
  • To put forward the methods, instructions, procedures and specific processes which contribute towards increasing computer security.
  • To inform about initiatives and actions for improving security in information systems and promotion of the projects and acquisitions which are required to set up the security measures and actions.
  • To supervise the security measures set up.
  • To ensure awareness, education and training in security matters for all university staff.
  • To obtain the support of the Office for the Management of Infrastructures for planning and carrying out physical infrastructure activities at the university.
  • To create task forces to draw up and propose specific actions in the framework of Information Technology, Communications and Computing Security.