Are you responsible for an externally-facing website at the University?

March 29th, 2018

IT Support representatives will be in touch with all site administrators over the coming weeks to gather information about their sites, how they are used and potential audiences.

This is part of a bigger of programme of work focusing on the University’s cyber security, aimed at reducing the threat posed by any site that can be accessed over the internet. (Please note, we are not interested in sites that are hosted on the CMS.)

Non-CMS externally-facing websites will have the URL format <anything> – where <anything> is not the www. prefix. We are not assessing CMS sites, which will have the format<anything>.

Where an owner is not known, it may become necessary to temporarily suspend the site until the owner is assigned and appropriate action taken. Please help the IT reps by providing all the information they need by Friday 20 April at the latest.

If you are a site administrator and haven’t been contacted, get in touch at

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