Working from Home: What Privacy Issues Arise in our Remote Workspaces?

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The Leadership Institute and Center for Applied Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Stout bring you the Pandemic and Ethics Leadership speaker series in Fall 2021.  Join us for learning, interaction, and insights around how the pandemic affected ethics and leadership in all areas of our lives.

Working from Home: What Privacy Issues Arise in our Remote Workspaces?

The pandemic of 2020 forced nearly all of us to work from home.  We had to rapidly shift to creating a homework space for our jobs or our educations or both.  The focus was on ensuring our work got done, but what about the ethics of doing all of this from home?  How responsible are we for the security and privacy of data when we work or study from home?  Join us for a panel discussion about remote work environments, cybersecurity and privacy, and the ethics of the home office.

Thursday, December 2, 2021
9:00 AM to 10:30 AM (CST)
Online via Microsoft Teams

Session Panelists:

Dane Deutsch, CyberEthics Lecturer, UW-Stout

Michelle Gishkowsky, IT Program Manager, Mayo Clinic

Cheyne Taylor, ‘15, Technical Writer, Reef Technology

We are excited to offer this series at NO COST to you with thanks to partial funding from EDA CARES grant ED20CHI3070030 that supports innovative leadership’s pandemic response.  

Working from Home: What Privacy Issues Arise

December 2, 2021