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LETU maintains a security awareness program for Title IV data led by the Senior Director of Student Financial services that includes:

  • Annual documented training of all personnel handling Title IV data
  • Annual review of this program
  • Implementation of the Data Loss Prevention (DLP) systems


Training for personnel shall include at a minimum:

  • Understanding of Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG) agreement response to a suspected or known breach (How do I report a Breach)
  • How to ensure that all users are aware of and comply with all of the requirements to protect and secure data from Departmental sources using SAIG
    • The Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG) Agreement requires that as a condition of continued participation in the federal student aid programs Title IV schools report suspected/actual data breaches
    • Title IV schools must report on the day of detection when a data breach is even suspected
    • The Department has the authority to fine institutions that do not comply with the requirement to self-report data breaches; up to $54,789 per violation per 34 C.F.R. § 36.2
    • The Department has reminded all institutions of this requirement through Dear Colleague Letters (GEN 15-18, GEN 16-12), electronic announcements, and the annual FSA Handbook.  
  • Understanding of PII and the LETU Data Classification Policy
  • Acceptable Use of Technology Systems at LETU
  • Documentation of agreement to all of the above



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