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Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council | PESC's Data Privacy & Protection Task Force is an open collaborative group ​spanning policy, practice & technology that serves as in information clearinghouse for the education community focused on technical implementation of data privacy & protection rules and regulations ensuring PESC is prepared for any corresponding standards development and production of PESC APPROVED STANDARDS.
PESC | Data Privacy & Protection Task Force
Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council | PESC's Data Privacy & Protection Task Force is an open collaborative group ​spanning policy, practice & technology that serves as in information clearinghouse for the education community focused on technical implementation of data privacy & protection rules and regulations ensuring PESC is prepared for any corresponding standards development and production of PESC APPROVED STANDARDS.

​​​Data Privacy &

PROTECTION TASK FORCE

is the authoritative group

within PESC ensuring

PESC supports all applicable

data privacy & protection

rules and regulations.​​​



​​Data Privacy &

PROTECTION TASK FORCE

is an open collaborative group

​spanning policy, practice & technology

serving as in information clearinghouse

for the education community

focused on technical implementation of

​data privacy & protection rules and regulations

​ensuring PESC is prepared for any corresponding
standards development and production
of PESC APPROVED STANDARDS.

​​DATA PRIVACY

DATA PRIVACY & PROTECTION TASK FORCE

Postsecondary Electronic Standards Council | PESC's Data Privacy & Protection Task Force is an open collaborative group ​spanning policy, practice & technology that serves as in information clearinghouse for the education community focused on technical implementation of data privacy & protection rules and regulations ensuring PESC is prepared for any corresponding standards development and production of PESC APPROVED STANDARDS.

 ANNOUNCEMENTS, NEWS & EVENTS


NEXT TASK FORCE MEETING

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29, 2018

1pm EST




​​​Data Privacy &

PROTECTION TASK FORCE

founded


Data Privacy &

PROTECTION TASK FORCE

is 


CO-CHAIRS


Julia Funaki

Associate Director

AACRAO


Doug Falk

CIO & VP

National Student Clearinghouse


TASK FORCE MEMBERS


Jason Andries

Coordinator of Network Operations

Campus Manitoba


Mary Chapin

Chief Legal Officer, VP & Corporate Secretary

National Student Clearinghouse


James Kelly

Senior Director of Technology

ECE


Mark McConahay

Associate Vice Provost and Registrar

​Indiana University

VP of Information Technology

AACRAO

​​

​Jennifer Paradise-McCurdy

Director of Business Services

OUAC


Margit Schatzman

President

ECE


Rick Skeel

Director of Product Management

Ellucian


​Siva Surapaneni

Senior Product Manager

​Workday



MEETING SCHEDULE

Weekly/Monthly -



LISTS

Privacy@lists.pesc.org






READING & RESOURCES


AACRAO & GPDR Guide


EU General Data Protection Regulation



FROM THE FALL 2018 DATA SUMMIT


As the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in effect for 6 months now, several critical issues remain unknown about how postsecondary institutions (registrars and admissions officers) and Student Information Systems (SIS) vendors are implementing GDPR.


What rules are colleges and universities applying to student records to determine if a record is subject to GDPR?


Are there standards for the set of data elements required to correctly store GDPR indicators on the student record?


Have SIS vendors already updated their systems to include GDPR attributes on the student record? If so, how did they determine the necessary fields and rules for storing GDPR flags and/or indicators?


For the ‘right to be forgotten,’ what is the extent of responsibility for one organization informing another regarding data to be ‘forgotten?’


Have the legal departments of the SIS vendors interpreted GDPR differently, and if so, how might that impact how data is stored and exchanged?


Might PESC need to coordinate standardizing transmission of GDPR indicators in EDI/XML and other file formats.


This Task Force will discuss these topics and other questions related to the legal, technical implementation of GDPR, FERPA and additional privacy & protection rules and regulations for institutions, service providers, third parties and student information systems.