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Privacy REF Webinar

Kickstarting a Data Privacy Program - Jan. 28, 2013, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

IAM Online Webinar

Scalable Privacy: An NSTIC Grant for the Identity Ecosystem June 11, 2014, 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.

2013 EDUCAUSE Webinar

Are You Smarter Than Your Phone? Launch of Data Privacy Month in Higher Education Jan. 9, 2013, ARCHIVED

2012 EDUCAUSE Webinars

Privacy and Security Risks in Higher Education Jan. 10, 2012, ARCHIVED

2011 EDUCAUSE Webinar

Launch of Data Privacy Month for Higher Education Jan. 4, 2011, ARCHIVED

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WEBINARS

Privacy REF Webinar

Kickstarting a Data Privacy Program - Jan. 28, 2013, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m.

IAM Online Webinar

Scalable Privacy: An NSTIC Grant for the Identity Ecosystem June 11, 2014, 2 p.m. - 3 p.m.

2013 EDUCAUSE Webinar

Are You Smarter Than Your Phone? Launch of Data Privacy Month in Higher Education Jan. 9, 2013, ARCHIVED

2012 EDUCAUSE Webinars

Privacy and Security Risks in Higher Education Jan. 10, 2012, ARCHIVED

2011 EDUCAUSE Webinar

Launch of Data Privacy Month for Higher Education Jan. 4, 2011, ARCHIVED
POSTER

View full poster (PDF - 1,000KB)

 

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Overview

January 28th will mark the fourth year for National Data Privacy Day. Data Privacy Month began in the United States as National Data Privacy Day. Legislation in 2009 declared every Jan. 28th as the day for national data privacy awareness.

Some institutions and organizations expanded National Data Privacy Day to be celebrated throughout January. Similar to Cyber Security Awareness Month, Data Privacy Month is an annual effort to empower people to protect their privacy and control their digital footprint, as well as escalate the protection of privacy and data as everyone's priority but on a much broader scale.

Spend the month helping to raise awareness on your campus about privacy issues, ranging from information security and protecting personally identifiable information to how interacting with social media impacts privacy.

Be sure to check out a few of the procedures that the DCCCD Information Privacy and Security Program has in place to help ensure the security of both student and employee data. In this day and age, we can never be absolutely protected against all circumstances, but we can continue to make our staff and students aware of such efforts throughout the year. We will continue to improve our program, and rely on our staff, students, and community partners to help us practice and respond using district procedures.

Do Your Part, Become Informed and Get Involved

In 2014 make it a priority to learn something new about information privacy and security, act upon it and share it with others until it becomes part of your daily routine.

In addition to what is provided on the DCCCD Information Privacy and Security site the resources below can be used to expand your knowledge base on this subject matter.

Resources

Take the opportunity to review  cyber security and data privacy resources available through:

Contact Information

Questions or comments regarding information privacy and security should be sent to SecurityPrivacy@dcccd.edu or contact your location Information Privacy and Security Officer (Novell log in required).