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Tuesday, April 9 • 9:00am - 9:45am
Cancelled: 5.3 When Research Data Requires Controls: Institutional Support for CUI and HIPAA

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The rapid growth and adoption of data science approaches to research brings new challenges and opportunities for managing research data. Interestingly, while there is a great deal of attention being paid to open access to research outputs, and federal funding agencies (as well as other funders) are increasingly adopting open access requirements for scholarly and data outputs, at the same time, many federal funding agencies are also beginning to require new controls for research data, and universities are taking more seriously the need to manage their institutional risk by providing institutional support for long-standing data control standards (such as HIPAA - Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996), as well as developing support for newer control standards (such as CUI - controlled, unclassified information). This case study will describe how the University of Arizona has approached supporting research data that requires controls, including successes and lessons learned, and will conclude with thoughts towards future opportunities and challenges both for research computing units and academic libraries.



Jeremy Frumkin

Executive Director, Research Technologies, University of Arizona

Tuesday April 9, 2019 9:00am - 9:45am