"Strengthening Privacy and Security Practices in Youth Development Organizations"
Translate complex concepts in privacy and security to make them accessible to youth development organizations. This session provides a training for Texas youth development non-profits and/or small organizational leaders that helps them craft viable policies and procedures for collecting and storing data. After this session, you will be able to access openly-licensed online resources for use and replication by organizations.
Included in this session:
- Assess current policies & practices
- Problem solve using real life scenarios
- Learn specific & targeted strategies to improve current privacy and security practices
- Gain valuable resources to develop long range plans to mitigate risks
Presented by Bill Fitzgerald.
Bill Fitzgerald is a privacy advocate, technologist, and open source developer. Bill writes about privacy, technology, and education at FunnyMonkey.com. Bill started and ran FunnyMonkey, an open source development shop focused on education, open educational resources, and peer based learning. Prior to that, he worked as a classroom teacher for 16 years. Bill has extensive experience building and evaluating software and learning technologies. Bill is a firm believer in improving our educational system through an increased focus on learner agency, and this is the lens through which he views student data privacy.