Data Privacy Day, 2013

Data Privacy Day is celebrated annually on January 28. The Day commemorates the 1981 signing of Convention 108, the first legally binding international treaty dealing with privacy and data protection. 

Protection of private information is key to maintaining a safe digital identity. Join the UWM Information Security Office in celebrating Data Privacy Day with the following:

January 25-29
FREE e-book! Matt Ivester’s digital citizenship book, lol…OMG!, is available to download on Amazon at no cost

January 28
Educause Review Online, ERO, Video Conversation: The Relationship Between Privacy and Security featuring Tanya Choice Henry from UWM.

January 30
Privacy Officers around the Virtual Water Cooler (Free EDUCAUSE Policy Webinar)

Photo of Merri Beth Lavagnino Photo of Jane Rosenthal Photo of Kent Wada

Speakers: Merri Beth Lavagnino, Chief Privacy Officer & Compliance Officer, Indiana University, Jane Rosenthal, Director, Privacy Office, University of Kansas, and Kent Wada, Chief Privacy Officer & Director, Strategic IT Policy, UCLA.

Summary: Join this conversational webinar and find out how three higher education Chief Privacy Officers (CPOs) are addressing current privacy challenges on campus.

How to Join: To watch this webinar, you will need a computer with an Internet connection and a Web browser. Join the Adobe Connect meeting room at For more information, see the webinar home site here.