8:30 Doors Open
9:15 Introduction & Welcome, Mike Bourque, VP Information Technology, BC
9:30 These Are the Androids and iPhones You Are Looking For, Garth Whitacre, SHI
Embracing your employees' mobile technology, and the path to making them secure.
10:30 Achieving Consistent Security in Large Server Environments, Leo Chaharyn, Boston College
11:15 Research Data Security, Scott Bradner, Harvard
A description of Harvard's new Research Data Security Policy and how the policy is being rolled out.
12:00 Information Security Officer Collaboration of University, State and Community Colleges, [room 310] Gene Kingsley, Holyoke Community College
The committee is extending this open invite as an intro to our program. The ISO’s meet once a month throughout the year and network with each other to achieve common collaborative goals. Please join us during our March meeting to be held at BC security camp during lunch. Whether you are public or private, a 2-yr or 4-yr college; we invite you to join us. There is no cost to join and we welcome anyone affiliated with higher-ed information security.
1:15 An Introduction to Shared Assessments, David Escalante, BC
Shared Assessments is a free, standard mechanism for evaluating third party service providers.
1:30 Assessing compliance with relevant regulations, Anne Oribello
FERPA, FISMA, PCI DSS, 21CMR 17 and for schools with teaching hospitals – HIPAA and HITECH all require compliance by educational institutions. Whether the processing is done in-house or using a third party, assessments of the data processing, transmittal and storage should be done to ensure compliance. This session will discuss how to perform an evaluationof an entity’s data security and evaluate the risk that it presents to your institution.
2:30 Security Considerations with IPv6, Phil Deneault, WPI
3:30 What to expect from an Information Technology General Controls (ITGC) Audit (and how to use it to your advantage) Daniel Sarazen, UMass
4:15 10 Security Tools for 2011, Roy Wattanasin, Children's Hospital Boston
What are some of the new tools for 2011? Interested in open source tools to make life easier at your organization? Join Roy in a discussion regarding ten suggested security tools for the 2011 year. Please bring your questions, comments and suggestions to this session.