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Risks to Campus -- A Head-to-Head Risk Discussion
Friday, November 16, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Law School 4055
The Duke Center on Risk in Science & Society is sponsoring a series of "Head-to-Head" talks to explore the value of considering complex, contemporary risks from multiple perspectives. In this session we address Risks to Campus. What are the biggest risks facing the modern research university? And what issues are over the horizon that we haven't thought about enough? We'll have a moderated discussion with two leaders at Duke whose job it is to think about these issues, featuring: Richard Biever Chief Information Security Officer Director, Identity Management, Duke University Duke | Office of Information Technology and Leigh P. Goller Chief Audit, Risk and Compliance Officer Duke | Office of Audit, Risk & Compliance Some of the issues to be discussed include: - making risk-informed decisions in a resource constrained environment - the strengths and challenges of a decentralized organization structure - consumerization of technology - orderly leadership transition - risks unique to academic medical centers - pitfalls of predicting the future of risks - technology velocity - protecting sensitive data - integrity on campus Lunch will be provided. RSVP to scienceandsociety.duke.edu/risk-head-to-head to reserve your spot.