**Apologies for cross posting**
The Privacy in Libraries LITA webinar series, continues with:
Wrangling Library Patron Data
Wednesday April 11, 2018, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Central Time
Presenter: Becky Yoose
get the full series discounts.
- Learn what Personally Identifiable Information [PII] is and where it
can live in your organization (and beyond)
- Analyze your organization’s data lifecycle in the context of the
Library Privacy Checklists, including:
- Collection – what, where, how much, when, and why
- Storage and Retention – what data to keep for how long based on
- Access – who has access to what, including physical hardware and
- Reporting – what level of data should be used/published for
internal and external reports
- Deletion – making sure that your data is gone, and not living on in
- Gain a basic understanding of de-identification and anonymization
strategies and how they fit into the data lifecycle
Get the details on the LITA Privacy in Libraries series web page
<http://www.ala.org/lita/privacy-libraries-lita-webinar-series> and register
Here’s the rest of the upcoming series line up:
- Adopting Encryption Technologies, April 25, 2018, with Matt Beckstrom
- Analytics and Assessment: Privacy vs. Surveillance, May 9, 2018 with
T.J. Lamanna and Eric Hellman
- Take Back Research Privacy, May 23, 2018, with Sam Kome
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