Data Privacy Resources for Higher Ed (materials for students, faculty, and staff)
Investigative reporter Julia Angwin was curious what Google knew about her, so she asked the company for her search data. "It turns out I had been doing about 26,000 Google searches a month ... and I was amazed at how revealing they were," she tells Fresh Air's Dave Davies.
For #DPM14 the University of Pennsylvania and the National Constitution Center hosted a Town Hall program with Peter Swire (White House NSA Review Board), Anita Allen (University of Pennsylvania), Charlie Savage (New York Times), & Jeffrey Rosen (Constitution Center) to discuss the NSA, #privacy, & government surveillance past and future. Video now available.
EDUCAUSE Guest Blogger Petr Brym (CSO for Student Affairs IT, UC Berkeley) discusses the key challenges for any organization to balance the protection of institutional #data, respect #privacy, and enable #trust when employees access institutional systems with personally owned devices. #DataPrivacy #DPM14
Blog - Did you know that Data Privacy Month (January 28-February 28, 2014) is just 2 months away? Use our free resources to start planning your campus activities and events. This is a great time to educate students, faculty, and staff about privacy issues. Tip: Save the date for a free webinar with special guest speaker Robert Ellis Smith on January 30, 2014 (1-2 pm ET). #DPM14
HHS OCR - HIPAA Security Rule [video]: For more tips on complying with the HIPAA Security Rule & other HIPAA requirements, please visit www.hhs.gov/... Under the HIPAA Security Rule, health care providers and their business associates are required to keep patients' health information private. Watch this video to learn how to create a plan to comply with the Security Rule to avoid fines and penalties.
Tanya Choice-Henry is the Information Security Privacy and Awareness Analyst at the University of Wisconson-Milwaukee. In this conversation, she discusses the relationship between privacy and security as well as taking a risk management approach to information security.
SANS and EDUCAUSE have developed a free privacy awareness video that colleges and universities can use during Data Privacy Month in January, and throughout the year, in their privacy education and training efforts. High and low resolution versions of the video are available.