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This event is complimentary, but registration is required. Please register here: https://alaproquestprivacybreakfast.eventbrite.com
The library has long been at the focal point for defending the rights of its users, a role that’s evolving as society and technology change. A key emerging topic is privacy in a highly-connected world, both within the library and outside.
Join ProQuest’s Director of Information Security and Privacy, Daniel Ayala, for an exploration into the current state and upcoming challenges in privacy and security as we continue to expand our use of technology. In this session, Daniel will discuss: privacy challenges and ramifications for librarians, patrons and society; how to achieve a reasonable, informed balance between security/privacy and the use of real data to make libraries and users more successful researchers; and educate on ways libraries can become a hub of expertise for security and privacy topics for our communities.
Content Area: Updates/Briefings
Type of Library: Academic, Community College, Other
Cost: Included with full conference registration.
Daniel Ayala, is a 20+ year career information security and risk professional and a 15 year holder of the Certified Information Security Systems Professional (CISSP) certification. His background in pharmaceutical and financial services has seen him working on efforts ranging from highly technical to policy and standards-related projects, from organisational design to leadership development. As the Director of Global Information Security at ProQuest, Daniel is currently responsible for technology security, data privacy, and technology risk and compliance across all ProQuest businesses. Daniel also has strong ties to the Information industry outside the office as he is regularly educated by his wife, a former public and corporate librarian, on the matters that are important to librarians and patrons.
Director, Global Information Security