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Information Security Advisory Committee

The Information Security Advisory Committee (ISAC) is a senior level advisory committee to the CIO responsible for reviewing, developing and prioritizing information security policies and procedures regarding access to University data, including research sensitive information, consistent with relevant federal and state legislation, university business and academic information security policies and procedures; shall help facilitate internal and external communications regarding the use and access of University data.

Charge

The Information Security Advisory Committee is a senior level advisory committee to the CIO responsible for reviewing, developing, and prioritizing information security policies and procedures regarding access to University data, including research sensitive information, consistent with relevant federal and state legislation and University business and academic information security policies and procedures, and shall help facilitate internal and external communications regarding the use and access of University data.

Composition

Membership appointed by division leadership and CIO. Membership may include: Associate (senior) Vice Presidents/Provosts, representatives appointed by Academic Deans, a Faculty Senate representative, a Staff Senate representative, and other senior directors. Three-year appointment, three-year stagged terms. The CIO appoints the Chair for a two-year term.

Member role

To make IT-related recommendations with a University perspective; to provide leadership in implementing IT security policy and procedures; to disseminate IT-related information. Meetings are held at least two to three times (or as needed) within the academic year.

Advisory Path

Advisory to CIO.

Membership

Maria Alam
Wattine Baker
Karen Bell, facilitator
Jill Augustus Dapremont
Vicki D. Deaton
Dean Franklin
Beverly Jacobik
Brian D. Janz, chair
Melanie S. Murry
George Ninan
Jesse Pierce