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<SPAM> Data Protection in the Real World: Guarding the Institution While Maintaining Academic Integrity
From: Mark Staples <MSTAPLES () MAIL MCG EDU>
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2007 18:09:33 -0500


Mark Staples
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Medical College of Georgia
Office: 706-721-1577
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mstaples () mcg edu


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Campus Technology magazine <CAM () 1105Info com> 2/13/2007 11:22 AM

Data Protection in the Real World: Guarding the Institution While
Maintaining Academic Integrity
February 22, 2007, 11:00 am Pacific Standard Time

Are you doing enough to protect the privacy of your students, faculty
and staff? Maybe not. According to experts, colleges and universities
are prime targets for hackers and identity theft is on the rise in
higher education. In 2006, more than 2.2 million records were stolen
from colleges and universities in the United States-an increase of 17
percent over 2005. Clearly, email filters and firewalls alone are not
enough to prevent data leakage. Campuses need a more aggressive strategy
for combating this dangerous and growing threat.

But how do you protect the personal data of your students, faculty and
staff-without compromising academic freedom? Join us for an in-depth
discussion on privacy and data protection with George Washington
University. Hear how the school balances security and privacy in this
free, one-hour webinar sponsored by Reconnex. Attendees will learn how

- Analyze systems and identify risk points
- Implement policies regarding sensitive information
- Focus security efforts on data-not servers
- Comply with state and federal regulations such as FERPA, HIPAA, SOX
and more

Gary Golomb, forensic engineer, George Washington University
Jeff Brainard, director of marketing, Reconnex

Doug Gale, consultant, IT Associates

Learn how to improve security measures and prevent data leaks on your
campus. Bring your questions and concerns to the event. Presenters will
field questions from the audience in a live Q&A session at the end of
the presentation.

To register:
URL: http://www.1105info.com/wrgefrd_ixfddtek.html

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