Security Plans for Restricted-Use Data
Below are a number of different locations where you might choose to store the Add Health data.
Please select the location you plan to use, then read "How to secure ..." to see the essential components of a good security plan for that location. Finally, complete "Form to describe your security plan" for that location and submit it with the rest of the contract.
If your location is not listed, or if you need assistance with the security plan, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For other resources on securing your data, please see the following Security Links.
A stand-alone computer is one that is in no way connected to another computer or networked device such as a switch or router.
A network is two or more computers and/or network devices (e.g., printer, switch, router) connected to the Internet or a LAN.
A network is two or more computers and/or network devices (e.g., printer, switch, router) that are connected to the Internet or a LAN.
A server can be used as a File Server (files reside on the server, but are served to the user's computer over the network) or as a Compute Server (files are stored on the server and all processing of the data files are done on the server: data files are not served to the user's computer over the network).