Save the date for the Summer 2017 IT workshops put on by the California Community Colleges (CCC) Information Security Center and Accessibility Center. The FREE, bi-annual event for CCC staff is coming July 24-25 to Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, Calif.
Registration will open May 1. The information-packed event will follow the format of previous co-located security and accessibility workshops, with Day One focused on information security and Day Two focused on IT accessibility. Individuals can choose to attend one or both days.
Day One: Monday, July 24
The first workshop will be presented by the CCC Information Security Center. The full day of sessions will delve into a variety of information security topics, with presentations geared primarily toward technology leadership and decision makers.
Organized by Jeff Holden, Chief Information Security Officer for the CCC Technology Center, Day One will explore the information security risks that colleges face, tactics to avoid becoming an object lesson, and the services available to colleges through the CCC Security Center.
Day Two: Tuesday, July 25
The second day will be presented by the CCC Accessibility Center in partnership with the High Tech Center Training Unit. This workshop is geared toward campus administrators, information professionals, technology decision makers, instructional designers, and others whose role involves developing policies and processes for IT accessibility, and developing or procuring products and services for public use.
Organized by Sean Keegan, Director of the CCC Accessibility Center, Day Two will explore accessibility standards, liabilities, best practices and some of the tools and services available to colleges, including those offered by the Accessibility Center.
Crista Souza is the TechEDge News Editor