Cybersecurity – Protecting a global research university

In this episode, host Olivia Neal speaks to Mary Ann Blair, the Chief Information Security Officer of Carnegie Mellon University. Blair and her team, the Information Security Office, protect the global research university from cyber threats that attack the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information and systems. Hear her challenges, priorities, and lessons learned since starting her role in 2004.  Click here for transcript of this episode.   Olivia Neal [host] | LinkedIn | Twitter  Microsoft Public Sector Center of Expertise   Cybersecurity at Carnegie Mellon University     CyLab at Carnegie Mellon University    The CERT Division at Carnegie Mellon University    Carnegie Mellon University Information Security Office  Cybersecurity Center Development at Carnegie Mellon University  REN-ISAC (Research Education Networking Information Sharing & Analysis Center)   Microsoft Cybersecurity Scholarship Program  Learn about Microsoft’s new security certifications  Learn more about Microsoft Security     Discover and follow other Microsoft podcasts at 

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