Implementing Security for Research Computing

Biomedical Research Institutions Information Technology Exchange

University of California @ San Francisco, Mission Bay Campus
San Francisco, CA

3–5 Oct 2007



GOALS OF THE MEETING


For the past several years there has been much discussion about the need for better security in research computing environments. Publicized security breaches, increased regulatory oversight, and growing board awareness is putting pressure on all of

Determining how best to deliver secure information technology will be the topic of this meeting Implementing Security for Research Computing.

We will begin with a general discussion of the overall challenge, then turn our attention to a few individual topics which will be discussed in plenary session. Smaller working groups will then convene to elaborate on individual topics. We expect that int




SPEAKERS AND PRESENTATIONS

Implementing Security without Inhibiting Research: mission Impossible
       Robert J. Robbins, PhD
       Vice President, Information Technology
       Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
       Seattle, WA
PRESENTATION AVAILABLE AS:   PPT
Implementing Security in a Regulated Environment: Expectations of IRB and other Regulatory Groups
       Frank Manion
       Chief Technology Officer
       Fox Chase Cancer Center
       Philadelphia, PA
PRESENTATION AVAILABLE AS:   PPT
Implementing Federated Identity Management across a Multi-campus Statewide System: The Texas Experience
       William Weems, PhD
       Asst Vice President for Academic Computing
       University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
       Houston, TX
PRESENTATION AVAILABLE AS:   PPT
Implementing Coordinated Security on a National Scale: Present and Future Federal Security Initiatives
       Peter Alterman, PhD
       Assistant CIO for Electronic Authentication
       National Institutes of Health
       Bethesda, MD
PRESENTATION AVAILABLE AS:   PPT
Implementing Enterprise Security at UCSF: A Case Study
       Carl Tianen
       Information Security Officer, Office of Academic and Administrative Information Systems
       University of California @ San Francisco
       San Francisco, CA
PRESENTATION AVAILABLE AS: NOT AVAILABLE
Implementing a Secure Data Environment in a Biomedical Institution: A Case Study
       Michael J. Kamerick
       Director, Academic Research Systems, UCSF
       University of California @ San Francisco
       San Francisco, CA
PRESENTATION AVAILABLE AS: NOT AVAILABLE


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