Month: February 2013

Privacy, Security & Compliance: Strange Bedfellows or Marriages Made in Heaven?

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Photo Credit: EDUCAUSE

Well, it is February.  Data Privacy Month has come to a close.  I want to than everyone who participated in UConn’s Data Privacy Month initiative, and who took the time to read this blog and my posting in other places, like UConn’s Daily Digest and on Facebook over the course of the month of January.  It is wonderful to have a full month to focus on privacy initiatives and best practices, but at all businesses, including institutions of higher education, the work goes on year-round.  Using Data Privacy Month as a jumping-off-point, I’m going to continue posting great articles, pointers, videos and best practice resources throughout the year.

So here’s the first post for February:

Two of my higher education colleagues, Michael Corn (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) and Jane Rosenthal (University of Kansas) recently wrote a great article for the EDUCAUSE Review about the interplay of the roles of privacy, security and compliance professionals in university environments. Take a look!