On the university's network and when using other IT services at the university, everyone must comply with the applicable legislation, codes of conduct and the policy that the university has established.
The other policy documents and codes of conduct go deeper into specific situations. If you recognize yourself in such a situation, take note of the relevant document.
Below you will also find links to national and international legislation concerning cyber security and privacy. These can be found under the heading 'National and international legislation'.
Nationally, a number of codes of conduct have been drawn up for researchers. These have such a big impact that they are also explicitly mentioned here under the heading 'National codes of conduct'.
Access to the network and services is only possible with an account. By default, students and staff receive an ICT account that is issued under the responsibility of CES and HR respectively. They determine when someone is entitled to an account and when the account is canceled.
Guests with a so-called eduroam account can also use the network of the university. Guests without such an account can ask their host for an account for the wireless network (EVA, Eduroam Visitor Access). Guest accounts with access to more IT services are also possible under certain conditions. For further explanation you can contact the services ABC.