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Campus IT Security: Governance, Strategy, Policy, and Enforcement

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Abstract

Successful implementation of an effective information, data, and system "security blanket" for higher education institutions requires recognition of and action upon the cultural, political, and regulatory fronts. Data stewards; policy makers; central and departmental IT staff; and students, faculties, and staff members all have a role to play. This bulletin is based on the research of current IT security literature and on interviews with representatives from multiple campuses. It offers a broad survey of the current nontechnical issues facing higher education as it attempts to secure information assets and systems.

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