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Oct 15th, 2010
9:30 AM - 10:20 AM
Ballroom E
Pacific Time
Small and midsized institutions face many of the same security challenges as large institutions but often have fewer dedicated security staff. This session will focus on the resources and services, available through the Higher Education Information Security Council (HEISC) and the REN-ISAC, that have been leveraged to improve institutional security practices in a cost-effective manner and lessons learned that apply to all institutions striving to secure their information resources.
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RT @HEISCouncil: REN-ISAC is a great security resource for all institutions: www.ren-isac.net #E10_SESS138 #EDUCAUSE10

With @HEISCouncil & REN-ISAC, your campus CISO can achieve results many, many times greater than your local investment! #E10_SESS138

Information security programs require more than an individual champion, large staff, or huge resources #E10_SESS138

Effective information security programs require the commitment of an organization #E10_SESS138

REN-ISAC is a great security resource for all institutions: www.ren-isac.net #E10_SESS138

#educause10 #nitle #E10_SESS138 Leveraging Community Resources 4 Securing Small, Midsized Institutions, Reed College (NITLE Advisory Board)

Listening to 4 CIOs talk about Leveraging Community Resources for Securing Small and Midsized Institutions right now #E10_SESS138


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RT @HEISCouncil: REN-ISAC is a great security resource for all institutions: www.ren-isac.net #E10_SESS138 #EDUCAUSE10

With @HEISCouncil & REN-ISAC, your campus CISO can achieve results many, many times greater than your local investment! #E10_SESS138

Information security programs require more than an individual champion, large staff, or huge resources #E10_SESS138

Effective information security programs require the commitment of an organization #E10_SESS138

REN-ISAC is a great security resource for all institutions: www.ren-isac.net #E10_SESS138

#educause10 #nitle #E10_SESS138 Leveraging Community Resources 4 Securing Small, Midsized Institutions, Reed College (NITLE Advisory Board)

Listening to 4 CIOs talk about Leveraging Community Resources for Securing Small and Midsized Institutions right now #E10_SESS138

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