Overview

June 11
10AM PT, 1PM ET

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The rapid shift to remote learning in response to COVID-19 exposed a need for universities to employ more sophisticated and easier-to-use identity and access management.

 

Join us June 11 at 10:00 a.m. PT/1:00 p.m. ET for a special 30-minute lunch and learn webinar in which our experts explore how universities can make accessing applications and data easier for faculty, staff and students – no matter where they are – while reducing security risks and ensuring compliance with regulations like FERPA, HIPAA and GDPR.

 

You’ll hear:

  • How a SaaS-based approach to identity management can help you control user access to all your apps and files with an easy-to-use dashboard and automated processes to reduce strain on busy university IT staff
  • The value of identity governance and how to implement it in your organization
  • How to get started today to ensure better access management flexibility and resiliency in the future

Speakers

Cullen Landrum

Cullen Landrum

Senior Systems Engineer, SailPoint

With 20+ years of experience in Identity and Access Management, Cullen Landrum is a Senior Systems Engineer at SailPoint. Cullen specializes in the area of Identity Governance. Prior to joining SailPoint, Cullen worked for several software companies including Aegis Identity, Oracle and Sun Microsystems supporting Higher Education, Federal, State and Local and other government entities. Cullen holds a Bachelor of Arts in Computer Science and Mathematics from the University of Colorado, is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and is a member of the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA).

Steven Zink

Steven Zink — Moderator

Senior Fellow, Center for Digital Education

Steven Zink is an emeritus faculty member at the University of Nevada, Reno, where he served as the university’s first Vice President of Information Technology, while simultaneously serving as Dean, University Libraries. During his lengthy tenure at the university, Steven assembled a vibrant hybrid organization of information professionals, ranging from specialists in instructional technology to librarians to information technology professionals. In 2008, the physical manifestation of the organization was realized with the opening of the widely acclaimed 300,000 square foot Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center. From 2011-2016, he served as Vice Chancellor for the Nevada System of Higher Education, the coordinating body over all public institutions of higher education in Nevada.