Tuesday, March 12 | 3:00PM–4:00PM ET | Online

Showcase Webinar | Cybersecurity as a Core Competency

Treating cybersecurity as a core competency ingrains the necessary activities and investments into the institutional operating model and culture. Protecting data and privacy is no longer seen as an occasional rush to remediate and comply; rather, it is an ongoing and continuously evolving practice.

Attend this webinar to hear from institutional and industry leaders as they consider strategies for embedding cybersecurity into the institutional culture.

Outcomes

  • Learn about strategies for helping policies and institutional training keep up with cybersecurity threats.
  • Join the discussion on how to adapt institutional culture as regulations change.
  • Hear from experts as they discuss lessons learned for embedding cybersecurity competencies across the institution.

Additional Resources

For more resources, see the Cybersecurity as a Core Competency Showcase.

Presenters

  • Sean Hagan

    Chief Information Security Officer, University of Alaska Fairbanks
  • John Virden

    AVP, Chief Information Security Officer, Miami University
  • Christine Whalley

    Chief Information Security Officer, Amherst College
  • Sophie White

    Showcase Program Manager, EDUCAUSE

Inclusion and Accessibility

EDUCAUSE strives to hold meetings, conferences, and other professional events where all attendees feel welcome and barriers of any type do not exclude people from attending or participating. EDUCAUSE recognizes that long-term and lasting progress on this front will require time, sustained effort, and the cumulative impact of incremental and individual actions.

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