Date: April 28, May 6, May 12
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Eastern
Federal & State Privacy Law Changes – The Importance of Planning Ahead
April 28 | 12 PM Eastern / 11 AM Central
The first webinar in this series will discuss federal and state privacy laws. With cross-party support for a federal privacy law, the fragmented state approach to privacy is likely to be soon wrapped into a comprehensive privacy law. In lieu of this not happening, there are numerous other sponsored bills that slice and dice new requirements for privacy management for which independent schools need to comply. This webinar will highlight the likely changes, presenting a framework and privacy program for schools to follow in preparation for a new privacy landscape.
Vendor Management – An Approach to Evaluate Sharing Personal Data With EdTech & Other Vendors
May 6 | 12 PM Eastern / 11 AM Central
In the second webinar of this series, we will discuss how sharing personal data with third parties brings with it significant risk. The aggregate of technology in schools means that as students use more technology, their digital footprint grows with it, and the risks to their privacy increase. Schools have a responsibility to understand the impact of the technology they use on privacy, understand the risks, and measures in place to manage those risks. Additionally, with cyber-attacks on vendors, the implications of sharing personal data are greater than often understood. In this webinar, we will explore an approach to evaluating and managing risks such as these.
Cyber Threats – What, Where, & How
May 12 | 12 PM Eastern / 11 AM Central
In the third webinar of this series, we will cover the latest cyber threat environment, the technical and operational steps a school can take to minimize its vulnerability, and the implications of not treating cyber as a top strategic priority. The intelligence used is gathered from schools we support who experience cyber incidents with common vulnerabilities.
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Mark Orchison Founder and CEO, 9ine
Mark Orchison is the founder and CEO of 9ine. He is an experienced management consultant with expertise in data protection, cyber security, technology, project, and program management in education. Mark began his career with Sun Microsystems before moving into management consultancy, where he was the technical consultancy lead for overseeing technology systems for new build schools.
Neil DermodyData Protection Professional, 9ine
Neil Dermody is a highly experienced data protection professional with roughly ten years of experience establishing and enhancing data protection programs. Neil studied law at the University of Pittsburgh, specializing in nonprofit and human resources law. He is a Certified Information Privacy Professional for both the United States and Canada by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Prior to joining 9ine, he served as the lead data privacy official for two state government agencies in the United States. Prior to that, he worked in various data protection roles, including one in which he established a privacy management program for a nonprofit philanthropy.
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