As Government of Saskatchewan employees, we are entrusted by the people of Saskatchewan with confidential and sensitive information.
Each of us is responsible for keeping this data safe, which includes protection of our computer systems. Safeguarding our information is important in protecting our ability to deliver reliable services to our citizens.
This requires a collaborative effort, as we have a complex network, including thousands of computers and services that access hundreds of applications in government in locations across the province.
- All users in the Government of Saskatchewan's IT environment are bound by the overarching Information Security policy and IT Acceptable Usage policy.
- While the IT division of Central Services plays a big role in helping us keep our data safe, all users in government play an equally important part in keeping sensitive information secure.
- Personal use of government systems should be minimal and for a short time.
- If you need assistance with matters of information security, Ministry Security Officers exist across government.
To keep these tips handy, print this poster for quick reference.
For more information or any questions you may have, please contact us by phone at 306-787-5000 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org