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A new research bulletin, Protecting the Security of Research Data, has been published by the EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR).

Authored by Larry Conrad, vice chancellor for information technology, Ruth Marinshaw, assistant vice chancellor for research computing and Stan Waddell, executive director and information security officer, the publication discusses an overarching approach by which campus IT solutions can be architected and deployed in such a way as to provide adequate management of research data assets without hindering the research process.

UNC-Chapel Hill faculty, staff and students are authorized to access this publication by creating and using an EDUCAUSE login.

The EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research (ECAR) provides research and analysis to help higher education leaders make informed decisions about information technology. ECAR assembles leading scholars, practitioners, researchers and analysts to focus on issues of critical importance to higher education, many of which carry increasingly complicated and consequential implications.

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