Dr. Morley Stone featured at Cybersecurity Days Community Forum

Senior Vice President for the Office of Research Dr. Morley Stone is a featured panel speaker at Cybersecurity Days research-specific learning track

Enterprise Security hosts Cybersecurity Days each fall to provide meaningful training and resources to the university community. This year they have expanded the event to offer something for everyone. One specific area of focus is the security needs of researchers. Ohio State recognizes the challenges researchers have protecting the integrity and confidentiality of research data.

On Tuesday, October 2, several conference sessions will focus on research and data security in a panel format. Sessions will address security from grant proposal to research publication and how to best protect the privacy of research participants.

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Some of our presenters are talented Ohio State researchers you already know:

  • Morley Stone, Senior Vice President for Research will participate in the panel discussion, Research and Data Security: from Grant Proposal to Research Publication.
  • Vanessa Hill, Office of Research’s Program Manager, Noncompliance and Regulatory Support of Office of Research will present at the conference as part of a panel discussion, Dispelling the Mystery of Human Subject Research Data Security.
  • Kimberly Lightle, Assistant Dean & Administration Director, College of Education and Human Ecology, Office of Research will participate in the panel discussion, Research and Data Security: from Grant Proposal to Research Publication.
  • Sandra Meadows, Program Manager, Education/Regulatory Support Sandra Meadows will moderate will the panel discussion, Dispelling the Mystery of Human Subject Research Data Security.
  • Amanda Rinehart, Data Management Librarian, Assistant Professor, Research and Education will participate in the panel discussion, Research and Data Security: from Grant Proposal to Research Publication.
  • Frank White, Director, Research Compliance and Research HIPAA Privacy Officer from the College of Medicine - Office of Research will present at the conference as part of a panel discussion, Dispelling the Mystery of Human Subject Research Data Security.
     

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At the Community Forum you can also pick up tips on how to secure your data and devices both at work and at home. Not a technical person but still worried about all the data that online retailers are collecting? Wondering whether wiring your garage door and thermostat to your smart speaker is going to put you at risk? Curious what cyber-thieves are buying, selling or trading on the Dark Web? We have you covered.

In today’s world, you need a basic understanding of IT security. You can build the knowledge you need at no cost, right on campus and all in one day at the Cybersecurity Days Community Forum. Learn better ways to process research data. Find solutions to make data-driven decisions. Use data to ensure you are making the best pedagogical choices.

The Cybersecurity Days Community Forum is a daylong event, but you can choose which sessions to attend and which to skip based on your work schedule and level of interest. Register now for the Cybersecurity Days Community Forum on Oct. 2!