An information security metric is an ongoing collection of measurements to assess security performance, based on data collected from various sources.
BiographyShirley Payne was Assistant VP for Information Security, Policy, and Records at the University of Virginia until she retired from the position in 2014. In this capacity she focused on the continuous enhancement of information technology policies and security of the university's diverse and decentralized computing environment. She worked in partnership with units and individuals across the university to formulate policies, assess security risk, establish strategic direction, provide security education and training, implement security safeguards, track security incidents, develop business continuity plans, and related activities. She also oversaw the university's electronic and physical records management program. She has many years of experience in information technology, most of which has been in higher education. She holds a bachelor's degree in Computer Science from Winthrop University and a master's degree in Management Information Systems from the University of Virginia.
The IAM Program Outline has been created as a roadmap for institutions to use in developing an IAM program (or to address gaps in their current offerings) including:
This E-Discovery Guideline and Toolkit was developed by one of the Higher Education Information Security Council Sub Working Groups.