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Data Security: Perspectives and Opportunities for Collaborations

Wednesday, January 1, 2003


Attention to information and data security at many colleges and universities has increased this past year, but campuses continue to struggle with how to effectively engage the entire community. The need for effective partnerships is also a central theme of the recently released National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace. This panel will provide diverse perspectives and offer important lessons on how higher education should embrace the challenge to improve the security of its computers and networks.

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