By Chato Hazelbaker
Chato Hazelbaker is the Chief Information and Communication Officer at Clark College.
At a recent meeting of higher education CIOs, there was broad agreement that we should all be somewhat grateful for the recent security breaches at Target, Home Depot, Sony, and other businesses. The feeling was that now executives would start paying attention to information security. I see the wisdom in this theory. However, on reflection, I think that these personal remote misses are actually the worst thing that can happen and might actually lead to people dismissing or ignoring security more than ever.
Diana G. Oblinger and Joanne Dehoney
This post concludes a blog series describing five “metatrends,” drawn from a review of articles in industry IT press, that affect CIOs in all IT sectors:
Bill Hogue, Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer, University of South Carolina
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Did you know that Data Privacy Month (January 28-February 28, 2015) is just two months away? Now is the perfect time for colleges and universities to start planning activities and events.
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By Jonathan Blake Huer, Director of Emerging Technologies and Media Development, Ball State University