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Information Security in Higher Education

Tuesday, January 1, 1991


Professional Paper #5. Some of the key issues relating to information security on campus, based on in-depth interviews conducted by the authors at selected higher education institutions. Includes findings and observations about information security awareness, policies, administration, control, issues and concerns, as well as risk assessment and the role of auditors and consultants in information security design, review, and testing. Funded by Coopers & Lybrand.

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