It is the responsibility of the chief privacy officer to ensure and protect the privacy of all IU students, faculty, staff and visitors across all campuses. This includes IU's compliance with the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, known as HIPAA. The chief privacy officer is also responsible for handling and protecting institutional and personal data in accordance with state and federal laws and industry best practices.
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Chief Privacy Officer
Mark Werling leads a system-wide program at IU of data privacy compliance, ranging from student and employee data to health-related records for medical educational programs. He reports jointly to the Vice President for Information Technology and General Counsel.Read bio
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