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The Data Governance Committee is responsible for defining and managing implementation of the policies and procedures for the data governance and management functions at Georgia southwestern State University (GSW). The Data Governance Committee shall advise the Banner Steering Committee regarding the collection, maintenance, and utilization of cross-divisional data in Banner and other enterprise systems. The Data Governance Committee will also record and maintain documentation as related to data standards and serve as a resource in addressing system requests related to institutional data standards.
The chair of the Data Governance Committee is appointed by the president and is eligible to serve with no term limit. The chair shall convene all meetings, set the agenda, cast a vote on all motions, and arrange the taking and reporting of minutes. No less than one committee meeting shall be convened each calendar quarter.
Member terms shall be one year with no term limit.
Meeting times will be established by the committee to accommodate the schedules, including class schedules, of as many members as possible.
Approved by the Banner Steering Committee: November 4, 2015
The GSW Computer Incident Response Team is charged with investigation and coordination of incidents where sensitive institutional or personal data is suspected to have been compromised. Serious computer incidents involving the confidentiality, integrity and availability of information technology assets must be reported to the GSW Computer Incidence Response Team (CIRT).
In the event that sensitive and confidential information was compromised, the leader of the CIRT for that incident in conjunction with the other team members will file a report with the Campus Information Security Officer of the incident detailing the date, time, actions taken and any other pertinent observations. The CIRT will follow the guidelines of the University System of Georgia Incident Response Plan (Appendix D of the GSW Security Plan and the USG IT Handbook).
The GSW CIRT will meet at least every April and every October starting in April of 2014. The CIRT will elect a chair and a secretary for a term of one year. There are currently no term limits. The team is composed of:
Additional subject matter experts may be enlisted by the chair as part of an investigation. CIRT procedures are described in Section 7.2 of the GSW Campus Acceptable Use Policy and in the GSW It Incident Response Plan.
The GSW IT Compliance Leader Team consists of campus leaders from units across the entire campus. The purpose of this team is to build a culture of awareness for procedures, standards, and guidelines for information technology at Georgia Southwestern State University.
The essential procedural components that each USG participant organization must follow to meet the statutory or regulatory requirements of the State of Georgia, Board of Regents policy mandates, and the federal government IT policies are set forth in the University System of Georgia IT Handbook.
The IT Compliance Leader Team is charged with meeting to review the USG IT Handbook in order to provide a broader understanding of the USG policies, procedures, statutes, and regulations that guide the information technology operations at GSW.
The CIO is responsible for updating the membership of the IT Compliance Leader Team. Members can serve without term limits.
IT Compliance Leader Team members:
* IT Steering Committee Member
The GSW Information Technology Steering Committee is responsible for the development and implementation of the GSW IT strategic plan. The committee also serves as the GSW security governance committee, focusing on the protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of GSW information technology resources.
The GSW Information Technology Steering Committee is composed of the following:
Members of the IT Steering Committee will be appointed by the president with no term limits. The faculty representative is appointed by the Vice President of Academic Affairs. The GSW Chief Information Officer is responsible for updating the membership of the Information Technology Steering Committee as directed by the president.
The GSW Information Technology Steering Committee meets on the last Thursday of every month.
The IT Steering Committee was established on 10/15/2013.