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HED Security App Vetting Task Force

The HED Security App Vetting Task Force is examining the current TrustEd Apps security rubric as it pertains to Higher Education and related rubrics such as the EDUCAUSE HECVAT, to determine a set of criteria that can be used as a baseline procurement decision making aid.

Meeting Information

View the upcoming Meeting Schedule. Meets approximately monthly as projects dictate.
Open Zoom +1 929 436 2866 (US New York) +1 929 436 2866 (US San Jose) Other Call-In Options

Meeting ID: 993 6109 8168
Password: security

Forums and Discussion

Participate in the forum to find minutes & agendas for work group calls. You will also be able to participate in the discussion around the work and ask support questions.

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Brent Shaw
LMS Administrator
Bethany Gordy
Enterprise Architect
Bethany Gordy is the Enterprise Learning Technology Architect at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she provides strategy, holistic evaluation, and implementation of new applications and integrations within its centrally-supported digital learning environment. In her over 20 years in IT, she has held several positions in the academic technology space, such as business analyst, senior instructional designer, and senior project manager. Her experience provides a foundation for a unique perspective that allows her to craft strategies and solutions that meet campus needs for a comprehensive, integrated learner-centered digital ecosystem. Bethany holds a Master of Science in Project Management; is a graduate of the MOR Associates Information Technology Leadership Program; and is currently chairing the Unizin Learning Tools, Strategies, and Operations group.
Kerlene King
LMS Administrator Ld
Brian Kelly
Cybersecurity Program Director
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Michelle Lew
Director, Teaching and Learning Technologies
Michelle Lew is the Director of Teaching and Learning Technologies at UCLA's Center for the Advancement of Teaching. In addition to contributing to a variety of campus IT initiatives and governance committees, Michelle is responsible for campus-wide programs and services that use technology to enhance student learning. Her portfolio includes UCLA's Learning Management System and related ecosystem tools as well as media-related services including lecture capture, instructional media production, and video streaming.

Michelle received her Bachelor of Arts degree from UCLA and she earned her MBA from USC's Marshall School of Business.
Warren Goetzel
Senior Digital Learning Manager
Samba Diop
Digital Learning Specialist
Sue McGlashan
Information Risk Manager
Viktor Haag
Architect -- Platform and Standards
Jim Williamson
Dir., Campus Educational Technologies Systems and Administration
Gary Ritter
Executive Director of Digital Transformation & Business Relationship Management
Gary Ritter, Ed. D., has been with Central Piedmont Community College in Charlotte, NC since 2004 where he currently serves as the Executive Director of Client Services. His areas of responsibility include leadership and strategic planning for technology use, technical support, classroom and lab support, technology asset management, academic technology services and staff development. Prior to assuming this role in 2019, he served as the Executive Director of Learning Technology Services. His first role in the information technology area came in 2010 when he was selected as the inaugural Faculty Liaison to Information Technology Services, a role designed to facilitate communication and understanding between faculty and technical staff. Gary has helped lead several major projects such as the selection and implementation of D2L Brightspace as the learning management system, Cisco Webex as the video conferencing and collaboration platform and Panopto as the video capture and repository system for the college. He continues to teach American history every semester. Professional interests include leadership, strategic planning, pedagogy, customer support, learning technologies, innovation, civic learning and neuroscience informed decision making. He holds the following degrees: Bachelor of Arts in Media Studies and History from UNCG; Master of Arts in Public History and Historic Preservation from UNCG; Doctorate of Education in Educational Leadership from UNCC. He enjoys time with his wife and their two boys, travel, reading, disc golf, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu and the New York Yankees.
Alex Dunlop
Cyber Security Engineer
Scott Wojtanowski
System Director for Educational Technology and Development
Jon Werth
Online Learning Environment System Administrator