Reenvisioning Data Privacy at Arizona State University

Friday, October 28 | 9:45AM–10:30AM MT | Meeting Room 505-507
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Presentation/Panel Session

Join us for an engaging discussion about the challenges and insights from Arizona State University’s current efforts to re-imagine a privacy-informed data governance program. Panel participants will include members of the enterprise technology team that are leading this work as part of a cross-functional team from across ASU. We’ll appreciate the exploration of governance modeling that centers communities of practice, privacy considerations, the ethical foundation of policy, and regulatory alignment efforts and mechanisms.

Presenters

  • Benjamin Archer

    Privacy Manager, Arizona State University
  • debra Hanken Kurtz

    Associate Dean, Technology and Digital Strategies, Florida State University
  • Donna Kidwell

    Deputy CIO, Chief Information Security and Digital Trust Officer, Arizona State University
  • Jennifer Tweedy

    Executive Director, Governance, Arizona State University

Resources & Downloads

  • Reenvisioning Data Privacy at Arizona State University

    Updated on 5/24/2024