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Information Technology Security at the University of Washington
October 13, 2003

This case study is a companion to the 2003 ECAR research study "Information Technology Security: Governance and Strategy in Higher Education." This study examines how information techno…

Information Technology Security at MIT
October 13, 2003

This case study is a companion to the 2003 ECAR research study "Information Technology Security: Governance and Strategy in Higher Education." This study examines how information techno…

Information Technology Security at Indiana University
October 13, 2003

This case study is a companion to the 2003 ECAR research study "Information Technology Security: Governance and Strategy in Higher Education." This study examines how information techno…

Incident Response: Lessons Learned from Georgia Tech, the University of Montana, and the University of Texas at Austin
October 13, 2003

This case study is a companion to the 2003 ECAR research study "Information Technology Security: Governance and Strategy in Higher Education." This study examines how information techno…

Information Technology Security: Governance, Strategy, and Practice in Higher Education
October 24, 2003

Abstract U.S. higher education institutions have historically enjoyed a culture of open access to information. The free flow of information faces increasing challenges as concerns about inform…

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