A session on “Data Governance and Information Security at UH” will be presented by the UH System Office of Technology and Academic and Policy and Planning.
Information security incidences at colleges and universities have doubled in the past two years. Academic institutions are targets because their networks have access to large amount of private information, including educational and medical records, and employees’ personal data.
A session on this topic will be presented by the University of Hawai‘i System Office of Technology and Academic and Policy and Planning.
Title: Data Governance and Information Security at UH: How it Impacts YOU.
Date: Feb. 16, 2018.
Time: 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Location: University Classroom Building, room 127, UH Hilo.
- James “JT” Ash, HIPAA Compliance Officer, OVPIT & CIO.
- Sandra Furuto, Director of Data Governance, OVPAPP.
- Jodi Ito, Chief Information Security Officer, OVPIT & CIO.
This session will provide an update on the UH policies related to the UH Data Governance and Information Security Programs. Highlighted will be the recently revised UH Executive Policies: EP 2.215: Institutional Data Governance and EP 2.214 Institutional Data Classification Categories and Data Security Guidelines; and new policy EP 2.217: UH HIPAA Policy; and new procedure AP x.xxx: Mandatory Training and Continuing Education Requirements for Data Users. This session will highlight recent information security incidents at UH and discuss how these policies and procedures protect the university’s sensitive information and other critical information assets. This session will also discuss upcoming regulations that may impact UH.