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.


  • 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

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  • Reenvisioning Data Privacy at Arizona State University

    Updated on 5/24/2024