Between 2012 and August 2018, educational institutions publicly disclosed nearly 250 data breaches. Nearly half of these incidents were the result of hacking, malware, or phishing. What strategies can your institution employ to minimize the risk of such an attack?
Join us on September 19 as we review how to:
Our subject matter experts will also discuss recent phishing cases and what could have
been done to avoid a breach. And, time will be dedicated to a Q&A session, so come prepared with questions or submit one ahead of time when you register.
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Kelsey Feeheley Resolutions Counsel United Educators
Kelsey Feeheley is an attorney with United Educators’ (UE) Resolutions department which manages claims nationwide, addressing topics such as data privacy, employment discrimination, Title IX, and due process. Before coming to UE, Ms. Feeheley was an employment and student affairs Law Fellow in a university general counsel office.
Alex Miller AVP of Research & Program Development United Educators
Alex Miller manages the research and design teams in United Educators’ Risk Management department that create resources to help schools, colleges, and universities prevent claims and manage risk. Previously, he was director of content at an online compliance training service that provided training to thousands of companies, nonprofits, and educational institutions throughout the U.S. Topics ranged from data security and social media practices to harassment, child abuse, and sexual violence prevention. Mr. Miller began his career as a litigator defending employers in discrimination, harassment, and retaliation matters.
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