CUI, FISMA & NIST: Regulated Research Data
90 Minutes: Protecting research information and systems from unauthorized access, use, disclosure, disruption, modification, or destruction is a critical component to safeguarding research information and preventing financial loss or damage to the university’s reputation. Protecting confidential information is not only a legal and business requirement, but is also an ethical requirement. Due to increased cybersecurity concerns throughout the world, sponsors are including more stringent requirements for working with restricted data.
CUI, NIST 800-171, 32 CFR 2002, FISMA, HIPAA. What do they mean? How do they impact my University’s portfolio? What should I be doing to comply? This session will describe the basis of the requirements and offer best practices and lessons learned in creating compliant institutions.
- Participants will understand the basis of the requirements.
- Participants will understand best practices in creating a compliance institution.
Stephanie Gray (Moderator)
Assistant Vice President
Division of Sponsored Programs, University of Florida
Business Relationship Manager 2, Enterprise Systems, Information Technology
University of Florida
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