Kent Wada, UCLA Chief Privacy Officer
Kelly Arruda, Project Manager
Aaron Taber, Assistant to Kent Wada
In celebration of the UCLA Board on Privacy and Data Protection’s 10th anniversary, the Board hosted an afternoon presentation and reception with expert and decades-long chronicler of the NSA, James Bamford on January 21, 2015. [Read more…] about NSA Expert, James Bamford, Visits UCLA
Concerned about all the data breach talk in the news lately? Wonder if the practices in your department may be putting you at risk? The Data Protection Seminar (02-10-2015) addressed some policies and practices that can help you avoid getting into a breach situation and what to do if one does occur.
The seminar covered a series of topics, including:
(1) an overview of campus response to breaches of personal information,
(2) protecting data, devices, and infrastructure, and
(3) balancing various privacy interests.
Please see live cyberthreat maps, presentations and videos below.
The seminar was organized by the Office of the Chief Privacy Officer, supported by the Office of Information Technology, and sponsored by Insurance and Risk Management.
Martha Arvin, Chief Compliance Officer
Kent Wada, ECP Coordinator
For suspected breaches, contact your local IT Compliance Coordinator (ITCC).
Frank Wada, University Registrar
Bob Gross, Chief Privacy Officer (Health System)
William Cormier, HIPAA Privacy Officer (Campus)
For information on public records requests, records management, and subpoena processing, contact Records Management.
Ryann Nieves, e-Discovery Coordinator
Marsha Lovell, Director, Business & Finance Services
How privacy is balanced against the many rights, values, and desires of our society is among the most challenging issues of our time. The Office of the UCLA Chief Privacy Officer has licensed the documentary film, Terms and Conditions May Apply (TACMA), for UCLA to help foster a campus dialog about privacy. Streaming of TACMA is generously made possible by the Office of Instructional Development.
The Office of Privacy Protection assists individuals with identity theft and other privacy-related concerns; provides consumer education and information on privacy issues; coordinates with local, state and federal law enforcement on identity theft investigations; recommends policies and practices that protect individual privacy rights.
The Symposium, which took place on April 25th, 2014 at the UCLA School of Law, brought together thought leaders from around the country to discuss critical privacy and national security issues. [Read more…] about A Symposium on Privacy and Security: UCLA Joins the National Debate
On January 10, 2014 Chancellor Block issued an announcement about the recently published Statement on Principles of Scholarly Research and Public Records Requests. [Read more…] about Statement on Principles of Scholarly Research and Public Records Requests
The Office of the UCLA Chief Privacy Officer is always looking for ways to make privacy more palatable. So when Kelly Arruda saw the privacy documentary film Terms and Conditions May Apply earlier this year, she set out to get it screened on campus. “I felt it was a creative way of opening up the discussion about some very relevant data privacy issues.” [Read more…] about OIT Brings Privacy Documentary to Campus