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Wednesday
Oct 19th, 2011
2:30 PM - 3:20 PM
Meeting Room 108A
Eastern Time
It's imperative for institutions of higher education to protect personally identifiable information (PII), especially in the context of student financial aid. Officials from the U.S. Department of Education, Federal Student Aid, will describe our shared responsibility for cybersecurity and solicit input on how the federal government can help campuses ensure the security of the assets that are part of the Federal Student Aid program. The department will announce plans to require two-factor authentication (TFA) and the formation of an advisory board comprised of individuals representing the postsecondary community. We will use this session to solicit ideas to help frame the goals and objectives of the advisory board. Brought to you by the EDUCAUSE & Internet2 Higher Education Information Security Council
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Thanks for live tweeting at #EDU11 #E11_SESS156 yesterday @celarde, @sab2, @CompuWatcher, @petejuvinall.

RT @CompuWatcher: FASFA has 70million unique identities, 90K privileged accounts, 6400 higher-ed institutions. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

FASFA is creating advisory group for security with gov, edu, com members. CIO, CISO, etc… #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

FASFA going to implement 2-factor authentication for 90k privileged users by end of 2012. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

Avg. cost of leaked PII record=$300. 700k records lost would be $210MM. #bankruptcyMuch #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: FASFA going to implement 2-factor authentication for 90k privileged users by end of 2012. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: FASFA is creating advisory group for security with gov, edu, com members. CIO, CISO, etc… #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

FAFSA going to look at federated ID with InCommon. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

FASFA tracks users until the loan is paid off or until they die. Maybe that's the same time. #irony #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: FAFSA going to look at federated ID with InCommon. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

FASFA is going to start asking personal verifiable questions prior to certain transactions to validate user. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: FASFA is going to start asking personal verifiable questions prior to certain transactions to validate user. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

Next Session: DoE Data Protection Initiatives. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

Speaker 1: Richard Gordon CIO, FASFA. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

Ethical Hacking Class made him more paranoid then ever before. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

RT @CompuWatcher: Speaker 1: Richard Gordon CIO, FASFA. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

We have to think in new and innovative ways to protect info. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11

FASFA has 70million unique identities, 90K privileged accounts, 6400 higher-ed institutions. #E11_SESS156 #EDU11


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