Recovering from a Class-Action Lawsuit: 7 Years Later

Tuesday, May 14 | 11:00AM–12:00PM CT | Vevey 4, Second Floor Event Centre
Session Type: Breakout Session
Delivery Format: Interactive Presentation
In 2011, the University of Hawaii System was served with a class-action lawsuit as a result of several data breaches on multiple campuses. Join the university's data governance director and CISO as they recount their journey over the last seven years building the institution's data governance and information security programs to intended to increase the university's security posture, heighten awareness, and reduce the risk of exposure of the institution's sensitive information and avoid another lawsuit. Bring your grit, fortitude, and focus and join the journey.

Outcomes: Review our lessons learned * Learn about the collaboration and partnerships that you need to achieve a robust data governance and information protection program * Develop your data governance and information security roadmap

Presenters

  • Sandra Furuto

    Director, Data Governance and Operations, University of Hawaii System Office
  • Jodi Ito

    CISO, University of Hawaii System Office

Resources & Downloads

  • SPC19Class Action Lawsuit7 Years Later

    Updated on 5/22/2022