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NFAIS Forethought Webinar, Cybersecurity - Protecting Your Internal Systems - February 12, 2020

Every organization, as a standard course of action, should be implementing protection policies and updating protective measures surrounding their confidential data and internal systems. Phishing and malware are a constant threat. As a response, reliable cybersecurity requires an integrated approach in ensuring the safety of networks, devices, and data. How should enterprises and institutions be thinking about their cybersecurity needs? What basic requirements should be in place? What guidelines or best practices exist? What are the best resources? This roundtable discussion will bring together experts active in the field to address these and other questions.
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NISO Webinar


Helping people gain a greater understanding of the information community — our issues and concerns, challenges and opportunities — is core to NISO's mission. Our events are a key element of this, with our popular webinar program at their heart. And, following the NISO/NFAIS merger earlier this year, all NISO members can now attend all 14 webinars in 2020 completely free of charge! This includes an unlimited number of places and full access to a recording of each webinar for anyone who is unable to attend the event itself.
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Becky Yoose

Founder and Library Data Privacy Consultant, LDH Consulting Services


Becky Yoose is the founder and Library Data Privacy Consultant for LDH Consulting Services. For over a decade, Becky has wrangled library data in its various forms in academic and public libraries. Becky received her MA-LIS from University of Wisconsin – Madison in 2008. Becky is also an accredited information privacy professional with the International Association of Privacy Professionals, which brings valuable knowledge of data privacy practices and regulations in the US into library practices
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Blake Carver

Senior Systems Administrator, LYRASIS Technology Services


Blake Carver is Systems Administrator at LYRASIS Digital Technology Services, where he manages the servers and infrastructure that support their hosted ArchivesSpace, Isandora and CollectionSpace. Blake holds an MLS from SUNY Buffalo, and has worked as an academic librarian, as a programmer at a dot.com startup, and as a records manager. He's also known as the guy behind LISNews, LISWire, and LISHost. Blake was one of the first librarian bloggers (he created LISNews in 1999) and is a member of Library Journal’s first “Movers & Shakers” cohort. Blake has presented widely at professional conferences, talking about open source systems, Drupal, WordPress, and IT security for libraries.
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Christian Kohl

Principal, Christian Kohl Consulting


Christian is an independent Consultant and Project Manager for Digital Publishing and IT, helping publishers and technology companies around the world to define and implement innovative products and processes. He has successfully completed large and small projects for STM, educational, newspaper, and special interest publishing companies as well as for software companies. Currently, his projects are focussed around IT strategy, digital content and e-commerce solutions, content management, and the application of methods from artificial intelligence to various stages of the publishing process. Christian has worked extensively with service providers all around the world, leading many RFP processes, system migrations, system implementations, and consolidations as well as defining and implementing the digital strategies for various publishing houses. Christian holds a masters degree in Computational Linguistics and has worked as project manager, software developer, server administrator, event manager, and researcher in previous lifes.
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Daniel Ayala

Founder and Managing Partner, Secratic


Daniel Ayala is the Founder, and Managing Partner for Secratic, a strategic information security and privacy consultancy focused on helping companies protect data and information, and be prepared before incidents happen. Throughout his 24 year career, he has led security organisations large and small in banking and financial services, pharmaceutical, information, library and technology companies around the world, taught university-level courses, and both writes and speaks regularly on the topics of security, privacy, data ethics, and compliance.
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Hong Ma

Head of Library Systems, Loyola University - Chicago


Hong Ma is the Head of Library Systems at Loyola University Chicago. She plans and provides oversight for the library's technology infrastructure (including all library systems, the library websites, and the institutional repository), and serve as lead administrator for library systems. Prior to Loyola, she was Information Systems Librarian for the University of Miami libraries. She is a regular writer and speaker on implementing technologies in user-centered library services. Her research interests focus on exploring technology’s role in optimizing library operations, finding common ground between library services and IT services to achieve in-depth collaboration between two units.
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Wayne Strickland

Acting Associate Director for the Office of Program Management, National Technical Information Service (NTIS)


Wayne Strickland is the Acting Associate Director for the Office of Program Management at the National Technical Information Service (NTIS) in Alexandria, Virginia. This division safeguards continuous collection development and public access for the Congressionally mandated clearinghouse of U.S. government-sponsored scientific, technical, engineering information, the National Technical Reports Library (NTRL). The primary objective for the Office of Program Management is to build and manage projects with Commerce bureaus and other Federal agencies to promote the 21st century NTIS Data Strategic mission. Wayne manages a staff that focuses on subscription management, project lifecycle, and federal data accessibility. These activities are coordinated to ensure compliance with Commerce Department policies for Risk Management, Records Management and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Wayne holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Duke University and currently serves on the Board of Directors of the NISO/NFAIS. Prior to his twenty years career with NTIS, Wayne was a product manager in the college textbook industry and an entrepreneur that owned a retail operation for marketing educational supplies to schools, libraries, daycares and recreational programs in the Washington metropolitan area.