How to Be a Chief Privacy Officer When Your University Doesn't Have One Yet
Protecting privacy is a reality that universities must deal with. Numerous federal, provincial, and state laws and regulations dictate how universities must protect employee, student, and patient personal information. In addition, current and emerging technologies and community practices add to the complexity of the privacy landscape. The challenges in getting the conversation started include the need to develop a program and acquire support. This discussion will look at different approaches to bringing key stakeholders together, obtaining buy-in, and developing a program that meets a university's needs.
Consultant, Wayne State University
Bruce WhiteRecords Manager, Old Dominion University