Seminar 03A - Privacy, Security, and Other Policy Considerations for Cloud Computing
PLEASE NOTE: Separate registration and fee is required to attend this seminar.

Tuesday, October 18 | 9:30AM–1:00PM | Meeting Room 103B
Session Type: E11
IT sourcing comes in many forms, ranging from do-it-yourself to relying on third parties. Third parties might be institutional consortia, university systems, or for-profit corporate providers. As colleges and universities consider the strategic advantages of leveraging the cloud for storage, processing, e-mail, identity management, and other services and infrastructures, there are a host of compliance, policy, and risk issues to evaluate, not the least of which are privacy and security considerations. This workshop will explore the challenges and opportunities associated with third-party data handling, highlighting resources such as emerging standards and best practices, campus policies, awareness campaigns, tools for assessing third-party risks, and contractual language. The workshop will be presented by a team of individuals with experience in IT, law, policy, privacy, and security.


  • Mike Corn

    CISO, University of California San Diego
  • Lauren Steinfeld

    Senior Advisor for Privacy and Compliance, University of Pennsylvania