Wednesday, October 25, 2-3PM ET
Information Security for Admissions and Registrars: Why the Security Office are Your Friends
While each member of a university or college community has specific responsibilities, everyone plays a role in securing the data we collect and utilize. This session will have two experienced security leaders, one from a private school and one from a major public research institution, provide an overview of how the collaboration with the security mission benefits the offices and the institution overall. This is an opportunity to discuss best practices for University systems and common efforts to protect registrar and admissions data against the increasing threats in our environment, as well as to learn best practices to protect the university’s reputation.
Presenter: Brian Dahlin, Chief Information Security Officer at the University of Minnesota
Brian Dahlin is the chief information security officer at the University of Minnesota. Brian and his team work to both document new security standards for UMN and develop a risk-based framework by which the University can more efficiently operate in the changing world of information security. Brian spent 15 years at Cerner: a healthcare information technology company. His experience in information security, regulatory security requirements, and security framework implementation is utilized to advance our information security program.
Presenter: David Sherry, Chief Information Security Officer at Princeton University
David Sherry is the Chief Information Security Officer at Princeton University, with university-wide responsibility and authority regarding matters of information security and information risk. He is tasked with the development and maintenance of Princeton's information security strategy, policies and best practices, security training and awareness programs, as well as ongoing risk assessment and compliance tasks. David came to Princeton in 2016 with over 25 years of experience in information technology. He most recently was the CISO at Brown University, and previously worked at Citizens Bank where he was Vice President for Enterprise Identity and Access Management, and as Citizens' Vice President for Enterprise Information Security. A graduate of Providence College, with an MBA from Northeastern University, he is a frequent columnist conference speaker on emerging security topics and best practices, a guest-lecturer throughout the academic year at several institutions, and is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and Certified Information Security Manager (CISM).
Moderator: Ingrid Nuttall, Manager of Enterprise Systems, University of Minnesota
Ingrid Nuttall is the Manager of Enterprise Systems for the University of Minnesota’s Office of Information Technology which she leads the technical teams that support the University’s ERP infrastructure. Ingrid has nearly 20 years experience in higher education, including working previously for the Office of the Registrar at the U of MN.