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One of the benefits of higher education is the collaborative nature of our institutions. We collectively appreciate being able to learn from each other and leverage common experiences. Ohio State frequently receives inquiries from others in higher ed with regard to how we are managing our information and IT security.
For most of us, preparing to move means getting rid of that ratty old coat that should have been pitched ages ago and tossing out a bowling ball that hasn’t been touched for 10 years. The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) did a quite bit more than that over the past several months, when it completely reimagined Ohio State’s data center and moved it to the State of Ohio Computer Center (SOCC). “Leveraging resources to take a One University approach was a critical goal of this project,”
Calling all tweeters, likers and photo sharers—are you aware of the potential privacy risks on social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Instagram? Do you know ways to ensure your security? The Office of the CIO (OCIO) and the SANS Institute have some tips to share with you!
The July edition of OUCH!, a monthly security awareness newsletter from the cybersecurity experts at SANS Institute, focuses on...
For July, the spotlight shines on three-year OCIO vet Patrick Mayer, the sarcastic Senior Security Engineer. Patrick enjoys the daily challenges he battles from Baker, where acronyms (like SEP and MDM) abound. Former photo historian and trapeze guru, this Tennessee native can be found reading a good book and enjoying a craft beer when he’s away from the university (and the kiddos). Read on to learn more about Mr. Mayer in this month’s Employee Spotlight.
Q: What is your role at the OCIO? Senior Security Engineer – Information Protection