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Wednesday, October 14 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Fostering a Risk-Based Approach to Information Security

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Institutional functions must go on but how do we create a secure environment that will not interrupt or stop the business, research or information side? There are many demands, processes and procedures around protecting the University's information assets. Some University-wide risk and security procedures may be obvious, whereas others are less obvious.

Join an interactive information risk panel discussion with various representatives from Identity Services, Internal Audit, Legal, Risk Management and the Office of Information Security. The panel will offer several real-life scenarios that required risk decisions to be made when the answer or process was not clear or obvious. Throughout the discussion, participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and learn more about how each area functions, both individually and collectively. Participants will also have the opportunity to:
  • Gain a better understanding of the relationship between Internal Audit, the Office of Information Security, Identity Services, Risk Management and Legal
  • Learn about available resources to make better risk-decisions
  • Understand the legal ramifications and enforcement behind non-compliance
  • Discover risk mitigation techniques

Moderators
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Jenn Stewart

System and Network Security Analyst, Penn State, Office of Information Security
Jennifer (Jenn) A. Stewart is a system and network security analyst within the Office of Information Security. Jenn leads the security office efforts related to the development, implementation, training and communication of a University-wide Governance Risk and Compliance tool and interacts with stakeholders in the University community to further the efforts. | | Jenn has worked with the University for over 15 years and holds the designation... Read More →

Speakers
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Andrea Harrington

Director, Operations, Penn State Identity Services
Andrea Harrington works with Service and Technical Operations in Identity Services at Penn State. Prior to joining Penn State, she held programming positions in the corporate sector. She is in her 18th year at Penn State, having held various programming and management positions previously. She joined Penn State Identity Services more than two years ago.
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Chuck Moore

Business Relationship Manager, Penn State Identity Services
Chuck Moore is a Business Relationship Manager in Identity Services at Penn State. Prior to his current role, he was the IT Director for the Penn State Student Health Center and adjunct instructor in the College of Health and Human Development. He also held several positions at the University of Pennsylvania Health System.
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Ed Smiley

IT Project Manager (Compliance), Penn State, Office of Information Security
Ed Smiley is the manager of Compliance and Assessments within the Office of Information Security. Ed leads the PCI compliance, vulnerability and web application assessments, and penetration-testing programs related to enterprise compliance at the University. Ed is currently enrolled in the Information Technology Leadership Program (ITLP), a program to enhance the professional and personal development of Information Technology (IT) Professionals... Read More →


Wednesday October 14, 2015 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Room 207 The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel

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