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Cybersecurity: Protecting Your Campus

Part of the Official ACE Webinar Series

November 18, 2013 1:00 PM

News stories about cybersecurity issues—whether they’re focused on data breaches, identity theft or the associated legal concerns—are becoming all too familiar in higher education.

As the application of technology on campus becomes increasingly complex, college and university administrators need to understand the cybersecurity risks associated with its use.

ACE will host a webinar on Monday, Nov. 18 that brings together a panel of experts who understand the on-campus challenges as well as the legal implications of cybersecurity. Members of your campus’s legal, human resources and information technology departments, as well as any senior leaders who make decisions about data and technology on campus (i.e. Presidents, Chief Information Officers) should join.



  • Charlene Dukes – President, Prince George’s Community College
  • Cathy Hubbs – Chief Information Security Officer, American University
  • Elizabeth Ferrell – Partner, McKenna, Long, and Aldridge
  • Jessie Brown (moderator) – Associate General Counsel, American Council on Education
Each speaker will share tips and ideas for reducing and assessing risk on campus before engaging in conversation with ACE Associate General Counsel Jessie Brown. All speakers will answer questions from attendees throughout the webinar.


Monday, November 18, 2013
1:00-2:30 p.m.

ACE Member Price: $0
Non-ACE Member Price: $99

This event will take place online. A link to the event will be provided after registration.


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