UCEN - SB Mission Room
University of California Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106
Monday, July 19
Join us to for the DocuSign Working Group meeting Topics will include:
- UC-wide DocuSign usage and adoption
- Onboarding and implementation of DocuSign
- Developing a list of UC-wide forms and processes
- Interesting updates from DocuSign Momentum 2019
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Tuesday, July 20
UCOP recently issued an updated Information Security Policy (commonly known as IS-3) in conjunction with their minimum security standards to require encryption on laptops and mobile devices. By July 2019, all UC campuses must have a deployment plan to implement disk encryption “over the ensuing 12 months.” Encryption has already been required on Protection Level 3 (PL3) data or higher. One does not simply encrypt all the devices though, because it’s difficult! Come find how we have—
Developing and Sustaining Health Technology
There is no recording for this session. The presenters have opted to provide the slides for attendees. These can be downloaded below in the Session Files section - UCTech 2019 Planning Committee
As the use and availability of Electronic Health Record system have expanded so have opportunities to reuse the information they collect to improve clinical outcomes, reduce costs, improve health system operations and support a variety of research activities.
Although the opportunities for secondary reuse of EHR are—
Enabling Teaching and Learning
There is currently a lack of a shared definition among campus academic and administrative departments that provide teaching and learning services of what it means to be a ‘student’ at our UC campus. Departments regularly adopt data feeds for directory and other campus services as the definition of a student; this leads to some students getting denied critical student services. The Student Definition initiative aims to create a standardized framework for campus, so that each department can—
Securing Information, Assets and Systems
When UCLA HumTech converted a homegrown application to a serverless app, we had to rethink how we approached data security. While UCLA has a number of solutions to protect student data, most of these solutions assume that there's a server to run on. A serverless app requires rethinking how we accessed Shibboleth, queried the student record system, and protected resources.
This talk will present our experience securing a serverless application. It is for developers, system administrators, and—
Wednesday, July 21
Promoting Growth and Retention in IT
Join us to learn how we are developing student worker pipelines to illuminate talent that compete well in open recruitments and can transition quickly and seamlessly after graduation. Securing graduating resources early in their career path offers the opportunity to support, train, and mentor blossoming talent into senior, supervisory, and management roles, encouraging staff development and retention, and reducing recruitment time and costs. Additionally, this practice creates development and leadership opportunities for existing staff. We would like—
Supporting Research and Researchers
Information security of research data is often an afterthought, until there is a data emergency. We, in our department, have collaborated with data governance, security, CTSI, and privacy, to establish a procedural and technical plan to help ensure the security of our data delivery. We have focused on 3 methods to improve our IS: quick disclosure, recurring data requests, and Service Now practices to tighten up our security methods. In this session I will review these methods—
Planning and Managing IT Investments
UCXX IT PPMO struggled to keep up with demand for new JIRA projects and Confluence spaces. Result was frustrated teams and Cloud instances popping up around campus.
UCXX and IBM have teamed up to see how using Smart Chat technology and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) can make the experience of requesting new Jira Project and Confluence Spaces go from "Why is it taking so long to get my stuff created" to "Are you serious, that is wicked—
Diversifying IT Culture
There is only audio for this presentation so, with permission from the presenter, we have provided the slide deck and any supplemental materials in the Session Files section below. - UCTech 2019 Planning Committee
After being inspired by the Women in Technology track at UCCSC 2018 we were looking for a way to support women in the IT world at our campus but didn’t know where to start. We were five women from various departments with a—