Research BREAKS Session - Working with DOD and the new security protocols

Date and Time

Thursday, February 3, 2022 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Add to Calendar 02/03/2022 04:00 PM 02/03/2022 05:00 PM America/Chicago Research BREAKS Session - Working with DOD and the new security protocols

All UNT researchers are invited to participate in our Building the Research Enterprise and Knowledge Series (BREAKS) every third Thursday of the month. Each session will be led by a topic expert in the field in order to elevate best practices, while answering some of the most frequently asked questions by UNT researchers related to the topic. These hour-long discussions are a comfortable conversation where no question is too basic, too simple, or too complicated. 

 

Topic: On November 4th, the US Department of Defense issued version 2 of it’s CMMC security protocols. After almost a year of comprehensive edits and suggestions, this new protocol will be required for all DOD researchers working with Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and to a lesser extent, an Federal Contact Information (FCI).  This protocol will likely be picked up by other federal research sponsors.

 

Audience: For all current and future federally sponsored principial investigators intending to work now or in the future with CUI or FCI data.

 

Presenters: Vice President of Research, Mark McLellan & Chief Information Security Officer Charlotte Russell from the UNT system

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Description

All UNT researchers are invited to participate in our Building the Research Enterprise and Knowledge Series (BREAKS) every third Thursday of the month. Each session will be led by a topic expert in the field in order to elevate best practices, while answering some of the most frequently asked questions by UNT researchers related to the topic. These hour-long discussions are a comfortable conversation where no question is too basic, too simple, or too complicated. 

 

Topic: On November 4th, the US Department of Defense issued version 2 of it’s CMMC security protocols. After almost a year of comprehensive edits and suggestions, this new protocol will be required for all DOD researchers working with Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) and to a lesser extent, an Federal Contact Information (FCI).  This protocol will likely be picked up by other federal research sponsors.

 

Audience: For all current and future federally sponsored principial investigators intending to work now or in the future with CUI or FCI data.

 

Presenters: Vice President of Research, Mark McLellan & Chief Information Security Officer Charlotte Russell from the UNT system

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