Suppliers and Vendors (Cyber)

James Noland made this Freedom of Information request to The Robert Gordon University

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Roedd y cais yn rhannol lwyddiannus.

Dear The Robert Gordon University,

Under the freedom of information act 2000. I write to obtain the following details:

1) Name and role for IT Manager(s) / Officer(s) primarily responsible for cyber security

2) Names of all cyber security providers you work with and buy from

3) Names of all cyber security vendor(s) you use

3b) Renewal date for the above vendor(s)

3c) Cost and duration for the above contract(s)/license(s)

3d) For what purpose do you use the vendor
(E.g. Firewalls E.g.2 Anti-virus E.g.3 Vulnerability scanning)

4) Number of websites owned by the University

Many thanks,
James Noland

FOI, The Robert Gordon University

Dear Applicant
This is to acknowledge receipt of your recent request for information from the University under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002, it is being dealt with and you will hear from us shortly.

Please note that all subsequent correspondence with the University should be emailed to [RGU request email] as this mailbox is monitored in my absence.

Kind regards
Ian Croft
Information Governance and Complaints Officer
Robert Gordon University
Garthdee Annexe
Garthdee Road
AB10 7QB
[email address]

Ian Croft (sppd), The Robert Gordon University

1 Atodiad

 

 

Dear James

 

(26/09) FOI Request 040917-1 cyber security

 

Please find in Blue below the University's response to your recent request
for information under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002.

 

 

Information Requested:

1)      Nobody in the dept has a dedicated role primarily responsible for
cyber security

2)      Pervasive Networks

3)      Same as 2

3b) 23/06/20

3c) £124070.16, 5 years.

3d) Firewall

4)      None

 

University’s response authorised by  Head of IT Services

 

 

I trust that this provides the information you require, however, if you
are dissatisfied with the University’s handling of your request for
information under the Act, you have 40 days from the date of our response
to request a formal review of our decision.  However, you are encouraged
to contact me in the first instance, to determine if I can resolve your
concerns informally as this may lead to a quicker resolution of your
complaint than a formal appeal. 

 

If you remain dissatisfied after contacting me, you may ask for an
Internal review of the University’s handling of your request. All
complaints regarding requests for information will be handled in
accordance with this procedure, and should be put in writing and sent to
the address below.

 

The request should:

 

(a) detail your request for a review of our decision to be undertaken;

 

(b) describe the nature of your original request; and

 

(c) explain the reasons why you are dissatisfied with our response. 

 

Email [1][RGU request email].

 

If you remain dissatisfied with how your request for information has been
dealt with, you also have the right to apply to the Scottish Information
Commissioner for a decision as to whether we have handled your request
properly. 

 

Information relating to your right to seek review is available from the
Scottish Information Commissioner's web page at:

 

[2]http://www.itspublicknowledge.info/faqs.... or by contacting the
Scottish Information Commissioner's Office at the following address:

 

 

Scottish Information Commissioner, 

Kinburn Castle, 

Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, 

Fife KY16 9DS 

 

Telephone: 01334 464610 

Fax: 01334 464611 

E-mail: [3][email address]

Website: [4]www.itspublicknowledge.info

 

This concludes the University’s response to your enquiry.

 

Yours sincerely

 

Ian Croft

Information Governance and Complaints Officer

Robert Gordon University

Garthdee Annexe

Garthdee Road

AB10 7QB

[email address]

 

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