ASU Information Security and Digital Trust
To truly respect the user, we must respect their data.
As more of our learning, working and living takes place in the digital realm, what and who do you trust? ASU Information Security and Digital Trust (ISDT) is grounded in transparency, security, privacy and empowerment to foster relationships of trust: trust between our institutions, learners and staff; trust between learners and employers; trust between our institutions and the workforce.
ASU’s ISDT leads work and initiatives that uniquely influence our constituents’ experience of digital life. We aim to lead by example with our own commitment to digital trust by providing transparency and clarity around our practices that require trust.
These are the founding principles that guide our work at ASU and beyond.
Our tenets in action
These examples are concrete projects, initiatives and events developing and impacting a new vision of information security and digital trust at ASU.
Providing the vision and strategy to move forward our tenets in action and guide the development of new initiatives at UTO and ASU:
Chief Information Security &
Managing Director, Trusted Learner Network and Co-Executive Director, Engineering Core, University Technology Office
In the news
Dive into recent events, discussions and activities exploring the concepts of data privacy, cybersecurity and learner empowerment: