Jan 172010
 January 17, 2010  Posted by  Featured News

Indiana University presents “Data Privacy Day at IU: Privacy shouldn’t be a game of chance” on January 28, 2010.  Following a plenary presentation by Joan Antokol of Baker & Daniels, panelists will discuss Safeguarding Data Privacy at Indiana University; The Bits and Bytes of Data Protection; and How Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and Privacy can All Coexist. This event begins at 9 am and continues through 4:30 pm. If you are unable to attend in person, you can catch the live broadcast via Adobe Connect.

The Indiana University privacy conference will be followed by an IAPP After Hours Event at Farm Bloomington (Dutch treat) at 5:30 pm hosted by Merri Beth Lavagnino and Eric Cosens of the Office of the VP for Information Technology and Jeff Lambright of the Indiana University Foundation. The After Hours event will feature an informal dinner, networking opportunities and a conversation about the current privacy landscape and how it relates to higher education.  Click here to view other privacy resources offered by Indiana University.


On January 28, 2010 Wisconsin’s DATCP – Office of Privacy Protection will offer a brown bag session for DATCP employees entitled “Credit Report: The Report, the Score and the Fraud,” featuring Eric Rosenberg, Director of State Government Relations for TransUnion, LLC, who will provide an overview of credit reports and credit scores and address concerns about identity theft and data privacy.

Source:  Data Privacy Day 2010.   Check their site for events added after this posting.

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